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Enable Midstream and OG&E announce transportation agreement

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On 13 December, Enable Midstream Partners, LP announced a new 228 000 Dth/d firm transportation service agreement with Oklahoma Gas and Electric (OG&E) on the Enable Oklahoma Intrastate Transmission, LLC (EOIT) system.

The 20 year contract, expected to commence in late 2018, will support OG&E’s planned conversion of two 500 MW coal-fired generating units to natural gas. To support this new agreement, Enable will build 77 miles of 20 in. pipeline and associated metering facilities. Enable’s 2200 mile EOIT pipeline has a long history of serving the power generation industry and is connected to 14 other natural gas-fired generation facilities in Oklahoma.

“This new agreement demonstrates the strength of our integrated pipeline and storage system that can respond quickly to the fuel needs of electric utility customers,” said Enable Midstream President and CEO, Rod Sailor. “It also increases our significant firm, fee-based business with high quality customers.”

In addition, Enable announced that it has extended two service agreements with other large power generating customers. Enable extended an agreement on Enable Gas Transmission, LLC for approximately 126 000 Dth/d of enhanced firm service for four additional years and extended another agreement on EOIT for approximately 305 000 Dth/d of firm service for an additional year.

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