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Eagle Rock restarts Phoenix-Arrington Ranch Plant

Eagle Rock Energy Partners LP

Eagle Rock Energy Partners LP has restarted its Phoenix-Arrington Ranch Plant in Hemphill County, Texas, serving the Granite Wash play.

On April 30, 2012, the Partnership reported an incident at its Phoenix-Arrington Ranch Plant. Following the incident, inlet natural gas volumes into the plant were shut-in. As and where possible, the partnership has diverted volumes to other Eagle Rock or third party processing facilities. Shut-in and diverted volumes will be restored to the Phoenix-Arrington Ranch Plant as expeditiously as possible. The partnership estimates the financial impact of the plant downtime to be approximately $2 to $3 million in Adjusted EBITDA before the benefit of any insurance recoveries.

With the re-start of the Phoenix-Arrington Ranch Plant and the recently announced startup of its Woodall Plant, also in Hemphill County, Eagle Rock has approximately 190 MMcf/d of high efficiency cryogenic processing capacity serving the Granite Wash play.

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