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Explosion Rocks Oklahoma Natural Gas Plant

By Tyler Durden | 10 July 2022

ZERO HEDGE — A natural gas gathering and processing facility near Medford, Oklahoma, exploded Saturday afternoon and could disrupt the flow of hydrocarbons to energy export hubs on the Texas Gulf Coast.

Oneok, Inc., a leading midstream service provider and the operator of a major natural gas liquids (NGL) systems, experienced an explosion at its NGL fractionation facility in Medford, about 85 miles south of Wichita, Kansas. …

ONEOK’s fractionation plant separates NGLs into NGL products, such as ethane, propane, butane, and natural gas, used widely in all sectors of the economy. NGL products are used in inputs for petrochemical plants, generating electricity at power plants, burning for cooking, and blended into vehicle fuel.

The Medford fractionation facility feeds NGL products in pipelines through Texas to Mont Belvieu on the Gulf Coast, a major export hub area for energy products. There’s no word (yet) on disruptions to pipeline flows. […]

2 Comments on Explosion Rocks Oklahoma Natural Gas Plant

  1. First they came for the food processing plants; then they came for the energy producing plants, and I thought it was all coincidental; then they will come for the power grid and the internet and shut them down and still I would think it was all coincidental; and then they will stage an EMP attack or set off a dirty bomb in NYC and still I would think it was coincidental, or the MSM’s usual scapegoat, Russia; What next — Oops, I forgot to mention the alien invasion. Nothing to see here folks, move along.

    NYC just had a drill for a nuclear attack

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