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November 02, 2009 10:18 AM Eastern Standard Time

GOLDEN, Colo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Meritage Midstream Services today announced that the company has been formed with equity commitments from EnCap Energy Infrastructure Fund (EEIF) and TPH Partners (TPH). Meritage Midstream provides oil and gas producers with a full complement of midstream services. Capabilities include the gathering, treating and handling of natural gas, crude oil, condensates and water, and carbon dioxide sequestration. The company differentiates itself with a focus on excellence in customer service, integrated all-in solutions, and a management team with a combined 100 years experience in gathering and processing. Meritage is lead by a management team consisting of Steve Huckaby, Nick Thomas, Bill Dickey and Tim Pimmel.

“Meritage Midstream is led by a seasoned team of midstream executives with proven track records of success and value creation”

“Meritage Midstream is led by a seasoned team of midstream executives with proven track records of success and value creation,” said its President, Steve Huckaby. “Our partnership with EnCap and TPH creates a formidable company with the ability to respond quickly to rapidly developing resource plays.”

EEIF is a private equity fund managed by EnCap Energy Investments and Flatrock Energy Advisors. The companies are respectively headquartered in Houston and San Antonio, Texas. TPH is the private equity arm of Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co., an energy investment and merchant banking firm also based in Houston, Texas. The newly-formed Meritage Midstream Services is headquartered in Golden, Colorado.

“We are very excited about our partnership with Meritage,” said Bill Waldrip, President of Flatrock Energy Advisors. “By combining the expertise in midstream and private equity at Flatrock and EnCap with the strategic market capabilities at TPH and the experienced team at Meritage, we have formed one of the best combinations in the midstream business. We see significant long-term growth potential and look forward to working with Meritage to grow the business through their extensive industry contacts,” added Waldrip.

“We are extremely pleased to be partnered with the Meritage team and Flatrock in building this new business. We see ourselves as a strategic partner as well as an investor,” said George McCormick, Managing Director of TPH Partners. “While we certainly appreciate that capital is hard to find in the current environment, just as important to Meritage and our other portfolio companies is industry expertise and a capacity to unlock a breadth of important business opportunities through our network of longstanding industry relationships,” said McCormick.

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