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    Frontier acquires gas gathering systems in Fayetteville

    Tulsa, Okla.-based Frontier Gas Services LLC has acquired two gas gathering systems located in the Fayetteville Shale in Faulkner and Conway Counties, Arkansas. 

    The assets include approximately 20,000 horsepower of leased compression, two natural gas treating facilities and 38 miles of constructed 8-, 10-, 12- and 16-inch steel pipe with current capacity to deliver more than 100 MMcfd into the Boardwalk and Ozark pipelines. Frontier plans to expand the assets, including interconnects with the Fayetteville Express Pipeline, in 2011.

    Chesapeake Energy Marketing Inc. has dedicated its interest in a defined area adjacent to the two gathering systems and has an aggressive drilling plan in progress.

    Frontier Gas Services LLC is a joint venture formed by Energy Spectrum Partners V LP and TPF II LP, both private equity funds, to back Frontier Energy Services LLC, a midstream manager and operator. The company is a full-service midstream energy company that specializes in the acquisition and commercial development of natural gas midstream assets, including gathering, compression, processing and treating facilities, and the marketing of natural gas and natural gas liquids.

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