EnLink to Build New Delaware Basin Crude Oil Gathering System

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EnLink Midstream will construct a crude oil gathering system in the Northern Delaware Basin called the Avenger Crude Oil Gathering System. The project is anchored by a 10-year contract with Devon Energy and supported by dedications from Devon’s Todd (Eddy and Lea counties, N.M.) and Potato Basin (Eddy County, N.M.) development areas.

EnLink plans to invest $35 million to $40 million in the development during 2018. These additional capital expenditures are incremental to the previously issued 2018 capital expenditures outlook for the Partnership’s crude and condensate segment.

Further expenditures are expected as Devon continues to develop its acreage in the region. Initial operations are expected to commence during the third quarter of 2018, and be completed in the first quarter of 2019.

Avenger is the third crude oil gathering platform in a high-growth basin that EnLink has announced over the last two years. EnLink is not constructing or operating Avenger.

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