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LINN Energy, BCCK to construct of cryogenic gas plant

HOUSTON — LINN Energy, Inc. announced that LINN Midstream, LLC has been renamed Blue Mountain Midstream LLC and entered into a definitive agreement with BCCK Engineering, Inc. to construct the Chisholm Trail Cryogenic Gas Plant. Blue Mountain is a wholly owned subsidiary of LINN Energy, Inc. and its assets include the Chisholm Trail midstream business in central Oklahoma.

Chisholm Trail is located in the heart of the prolific liquids-rich Merge/SCOOP/STACK play and has approximately 30 mi of existing gas gathering pipeline and approximately 60 MMcfd of current refrigeration capacity. Infrastructure expansions are underway to add 35 miles of low pressure gathering, increase compression throughput and construct a new cryogenic plant to improve liquids recoveries.

Blue Mountain has entered into a definitive agreement with BCCK to construct a highly efficient, state-of-the-art 225 MMcfd cryogenic gas processing facility with a total capacity of 250 MMcfd. Construction is underway and it is expected to be commissioned during the Q2 2018. LINN acreage recently contributed to Roan Resources LLC remains dedicated to Chisholm Trail.


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