Paradigm Energy Partners, LLC Expands Asset Footprint with Crude Oil Gathering Agreement

Paradigm Energy Partners, LLC Expands Asset Footprint with Crude Oil Gathering Agreement in Northern Mountrail County, North Dakota

Irving, Texas, March 8, 2016 – Paradigm Energy Partners, LLC (“Paradigm”, the “Company”) announced today that its wholly owned subsidiary, Paradigm Midstream Services – ND, LLC has finalized an agreement with an undisclosed private company to construct a new gathering system to gather crude oil in North Dakota’s Bakken Shale. Under the terms of the agreement, which is secured through an acreage dedication, the 23 mile gathering system will deliver approximately 17,000 acres of production from the Ross Field in northern Mountrail County to Paradigm’s joint venture rail terminal in Palermo, North Dakota. From Palermo, producers can access east and west coast markets via the BNSF Railway, as well as downstream markets near Stanley, North Dakota, where Paradigm has existing pipeline connections.

 

Paradigm Energy Partners, LLC Crude Oil Gathering Agreement

Paradigm Energy Partners, LLC Closes Crude Oil Gathering Agreement with Major Producer in the Charlson Field of McKenzie County, North Dakota

IRVING, TEXAS, FEB. 23, 2016 – Paradigm Energy Partners, LLC (“Paradigm”, the “Company”) announced today that its wholly owned subsidiary, Paradigm Midstream Services – ND, LLC has successfully executed another substantial crude oil gathering agreement for Paradigm’s Charlson Gathering System in the North Dakota Bakken Shale. Paradigm reached an agreement with XTO Energy Inc. (“XTO”) to gather crude oil from XTO’s Charlson Field in northern McKenzie County for delivery to the Keene Central Delivery Point (“Keene CDP”), Paradigm’s 50/50 joint venture with Phillips 66 Partners LP (NYSE:PSXP) (“Phillips 66”) near Johnson’s Corner, ND. The significant agreement will further expand Paradigm’s existing footprint in the Charlson area to approximately 70 miles of pipelines covering approximately 70,000 acres of production.

Paradigm Commissions Charlson, N.D. Gathering System

Paradigm Energy Partners, LLC announces the commissioning of its Charlson Gathering System to gather crude from Northern McKenzie County, N.D.

DALLAS, (May 5, 2015) – Paradigm Energy Partners, LLC (“Paradigm”) announced today the commissioning of a gathering system servicing the Charlson Field in northern McKenzie County, N.D. The Charlson Gathering System consists of 24 miles of 6” and 8” pipeline gathering into the Charlson Extension, a 10” trunkline which runs 20.5 miles south into Paradigm’s Keene CDP (“Paradigm Keene CDP”). The Charlson System has a capacity of 80,000 barrels of oil per day, providing Charlson Field producers uninterruptable gathering and crude transportation service into the Paradigm Keene CDP.

Paradigm’s 272 Acre Keene CDP (Q3 2016) will be the commercial and operational storage hub of the Paradigm system and will provide producers access up to 1.2 MMBbl of crude storage, 24 truck bays, and multi-market takeaway options into the Tesoro Pipeline at Tesoro’s Keene Station, and into the Four Bears Bridger Pipeline.

The Sacagawea Pipeline Project

Sacagawea Pipeline Company, LLC is a joint venture between Paradigm Energy Partners, LLC, Phillips 66 Partners, LP, and Grey Wolf Midstream, LLC.

The Sacagawea Pipeline is a 91-mile pipeline project to deliver crude oil from various points south of Lake Sacagawea in McKenzie County, North Dakota (“ND”), to destinations with rail and pipe takeaway options north of the river in Palermo and Stanley, ND.

Phillips 66 Partners and Paradigm Energy Partners announce midstream logistics joint ventures

Joint ventures to develop North Dakota crude transportation infrastructure.

HOUSTON and DALLAS, Nov. 21, 2014 – Phillips 66 Partners LP (NYSE:PSXP) and Paradigm Energy Partners, LLC announce that they have executed agreements to form two joint ventures to develop midstream logistics infrastructure in North Dakota. Consisting of two previously announced projects, the Sacagawea Pipeline (the “Pipeline JV”) and Palermo Rail Terminal (the “Rail JV”), the joint ventures are designed to enhance logistical options for crude oil transportation in the Bakken region.

Paradigm Energy Partners, LLC executes on contract with anchor producer initiating the build-out of a crude oil gathering system in northern McKenzie County, ND

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51.4 miles of gathering pipeline in northern McKenzie County is scheduled to be in-service in the 4th quarter of 2014. The project will connect North & Central McKenzie County to takeaway options in and around Johnson’s Corner.

DALLAS, (March 26, 2014) – Paradigm Energy Partners, LLC (“Paradigm”) announced today the execution of a gathering contract that will anchor the build-out of an expansive gathering system extending from the Charleson Field of northern McKenzie County, ND, south to market take-away located in and around Johnson’s Corner. Headquartered in Dallas TX, Paradigm is a full service midstream company serving crude oil and natural gas producers in North Dakota’s Bakken Shale and the Eagle Ford Shale in South Texas. Paradigm has partnered with Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners (“Stonepeak”), who has committed to fund the Charleson Field gathering and transport system, as well as other energy infrastructure projects in the Bakken and Eagle Ford Shales, and expects to deploy an initial $200 million in the projects. The initial financing will be used to support Paradigm’s build-out in McKenzie County, but the partnership’s expectations will be to increase the capital commitment as the company executes its substantial midstream build-out in both North Dakota and South Texas.

New 70 Mile Pipeline To Connect McKenzie, Mountrail and Dunn Counties, N.D.

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New Pipeline Project Adds Up To 120,000 Barrels Per Day Takeaway Capacity for Producers Throughout the Bakken Region, Scheduled to be On Line in 2014.

DALLAS, (May 15, 2013) – Paradigm Energy Partners, LLC (“Paradigm”), a Dallas-based company, today announced the planned construction of a new 12-inch multi-market pipeline in the heart of the Bakken Shale, a significant oil formation in the Williston Basin underlying parts of Montana, North Dakota, and Saskatchewan. Permitting is underway and construction is scheduled to begin in late 2013, with the pipeline expected to come on line in 2014, adding up to 120,000 barrels per day of crude oil take-away capacity from McKenzie County.