Midstream Companies Consolidating Their Positions

The dominant players remain on top of our 2014 NGL processor and producer rankings with large merger and acquisition moves as the big story of the year.

Frank Nieto, Senior Editor

DCP Midstream’s O’Connor plant shimmers in the night on the high plains of eastern Colorado. The facility offers 160 million cubic feet per day of processing capacity to Denver-Julesburg Basin gas producers. Source: DCP Midstream Partners LP

The dominant players remain on top of our 2014 NGL processor and producer rankings with large merger and acquisition moves as the big story of the year.

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