ONEOK Partners LP announced plans to invest about $365 million to $470 million between 2014 and fourth-quarter 2016 to build a natural gas processing plant and related infrastructure to gather and process gas from the South Central Oklahoma Oil Province (SCOOP). The investment amount includes:
- $175 million to $240 million for construction of the Knox plant; and
- $190 million to $230 million for construction of infrastructure, including natural gas gathering pipelines and gas compression.
The planned facility, known as the Knox plant, is expected to have a processing capacity of 200 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d), and the infrastructure is planned for construction in Grady and Stephens counties in Oklahoma. The plant is ONEOK Partners’ first new plant to be built in the SCOOP play and will process natural gas from secured acreage there. It will bring ONEOK’s total Oklahoma gas processing capacity to about 900 MMcf/d. Construction is expected to be completed during fourth-quarter 2016.
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