|Exchange:||New York Stock Exchange|
|Stock:||Atlas Energy LP|
|Industry:||Oil & Gas Midstream|
|Atlas Energy LP formerly known as Atlas Pipeline Holdings, L.P. is a publicly-traded Delaware limited partnership, which was formed in December 2005. It manages the operations and activities of the Partnership and owes a fiduciary duty to the Partnership’s common unitholders. It is a publicly-traded Delaware limited partnership formed in 1999, which provides natural gas gathering services in the Anadarko, Arkoma and Permian Basins and the Golden Trend in the southwestern and mid-continent United States and the Appalachian Basin in the eastern United States. In addition, it is a provider of natural gas processing and treatment services in Oklahoma and Texas. It also provides interstate gas transmission services in southeastern Oklahoma, Arkansas, southern Kansas and southeastern Missouri. Its business is conducted in the midstream segment of the natural gas industry through two segments: its Mid-Continent operations and its Appalachian operations. Through its Mid-Continent operations, It owns and operates: a Federal Energy Regulatory Commission-regulated, 565-mile interstate pipeline system that extends from southeastern Oklahoma through Arkansas and into southeastern Missouri and has throughput capacity of approximately 500 million cubic feet per day; eight natural gas processing plants with aggregate capacity of approximately 810 MMcfd and one treating facility with a capacity of approximately 200 MMcfd, located in Oklahoma and Texas; and 9,100 miles of active natural gas gathering systems located in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas and Texas, which transport gas from wells and central delivery points in the Mid-Continent region to It’s natural gas processing and treating plants or Ozark Gas Transmission, as well as third-party pipelines. Through its Appalachian operations, It owns and operates 1,835 miles of natural gas gathering systems located in eastern Ohio, western New York, western Pennsylvania and northeastern Tennessee. Through an omnibus agreement and other agreements between It and Atlas America, Inc. and its affiliates, It gathers all of the natural gas for its Appalachian Basin operations from wells operated by Atlas Energy. As of December 31, 2008, It’s main facilities in Appalachia include approximately 1,835 miles of 2 to 12 inch diameter pipeline. It’s main facilities in the Mid-Continent area consist of eight natural gas processing plants, one treating facility, and approximately 9,900 miles of active and inactive 2 to 42 inch diameter pipeline. In It’s Mid-Continent service area, it competes for the acquisition of well connections with several other gathering/servicing operations. These operations include plants and gathering systems operated by ONEOK Field Services, Carrerra Gas Company, Copano Energy, LLC, Enogex, LLC, Eagle Rock Midstream Resources, L.P., Enbridge, Inc., Hiland Partners, MarkWest Energy Partners, L.P., Mustang Fuel Corporation, DCP Midstream, J.L. Davis and Targa Resources. The operation of pipelines, plant and other facilities for gathering, compressing, treating, processing, or transporting natural gas, natural gas liquids and other products is subject to stringent and complex laws and regulations pertaining to health, safety and the environment.|
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