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An EnCana pumpjack near Weyburn, Sask. (Brian Harder/EnCana Corporation)
An EnCana pumpjack near Weyburn, Sask. (Brian Harder/EnCana Corporation)

Encana sells U.S. natural gas plant Add to ...

Encana Corp. says its U.S. subsidiary has agreed to sell its Fort Lupton natural gas processing plant in Colorado for about $303-million (U.S.).

The Calgary-based natural gas giant said Western Gas Partners LP would acquire the plant, which has production of about 84 million cubic feet per day.

The sale includes five natural gas gathering pipeline systems and related compression facilities.

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Encana said it also negotiated processing fees that will give it 3,500 barrels of natural gas per day from processed natural gas.



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