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  • Our NGL and related product storage facilities are important components of our midstream energy infrastructure. We use underground storage caverns (or wells) and above ground storage tanks to store mixed and purity NGLs, petrochemical and refined products owned by us and our customers. We operate these facilities, with the exception of certain Louisiana storage locations, the leased Markham facility in southeast Texas and a leased facility near Hutchinson, Kansas that are operated by third parties.

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    Asset Descriptions

    The following table summarizes the gross working capacity of our primary storage assets and our ownership of such capacity (on a net basis in accordance with our ownership interest).


    NGL and Related Product Storage Facilities by State Net Usable Storage Capacity (MMBbls)
    Texas (1) 145.2
    Louisiana 15.4
    Kansas 5.8
    Mississippi 5.1
    Others (2) 6.8
    Total (3) 178.3
    1. The amount shown for Texas includes 37 underground NGL, petrochemical and refined products storage caverns with an aggregate working capacity of approximately 130 MMBbls. These 37 caverns are located in Mont Belvieu, Texas.
    2. Includes storage capacity at our facilities in Alabama, Arizona, California, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina and Wisconsin.
    3. The total useable storage capacity includes 15.2 MMBbls held under long-term operating leases. The leased facilities are located in Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, and Texas.

    For more information on the assets, please refer to the most recent Form 10-K or Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q and other SEC filings.

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