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San Antonio-based Howard Energy Partners and Tulsa-based WPX Energy said May 16 they have completed a majority of their previously-announced crude oil and natural gas gathering and processing infrastructure in Delaware Basin. After startup of the first 200-MMcfd plant last year, Howard recently commissioned and operates this second 200-MMcfd plant as part of its cryogenic processing complex known as County Line Facility in Reeves County. The plant and related infrastructure are supported by an area of mutual interest of more than 600 square miles in Lea and Eddy counties in New Mexico and Reeves and Loving counties in Texas.

Howard chairman and CEO Mike Howard said, “Through our strategic relationships and great customer service, we continue to attract third-party business and expect volume growth to remain strong on our strategically located processing and pipeline assets.”

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