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Aux Sable Acquires Additional Long-term Liquids Rich Gas Supplies

CALGARY, March 5, 2014 /CNW/ - Aux Sable Canada LP is pleased to announce it has signed long-term Rich Gas Premium (RGP) agreements with Encana Corporation and Phoenix Duvernay Gas (a joint venture participant of Encana).

These agreements provide for up to 195 million cubic feet per day (mmcfd) of rich gas supplies from the emerging Duvernay shale play for connection to a receipt zone in Alberta, starting in July 2014 and continuing through to 2020.

"We are very pleased to have reached agreements with Encana and Phoenix and look forward to exploring additional opportunities," said Tim Stauft, President & Chief Executive Officer of Aux Sable Canada. "These RGPs provide western Canadian producers with competitive market alternatives for their rich natural gas."

"This agreement with Aux Sable supports our upstream development plans and diversifies Encana's liquids exposure. We continue to be very encouraged by the results achieved thus far in the Duvernay play and this agreement is a reflection of that," said Renee Zemljak, Executive Vice-President, Midstream, Marketing & Fundamentals, Encana Corporation.

Aux Sable Canada's US affiliate, Aux Sable Liquid Products, owns and operates the world-scale natural gas liquids extraction and fractionation facility in Illinois near the terminus of the Alliance Pipeline. The facility is capable of processing 2,100 mmcfd of natural gas and can produce approximately 107,000 barrels per day of specification natural gas liquid products. For more information, visit http://www.auxsable.com.

Aux Sable Canada is owned by Enbridge Inc. and Veresen Inc.  Aux Sable Canada's US affiliate, Aux Sable Liquid Products is owned by Enbridge, Veresen and Williams Partners.

SOURCE Aux Sable Canada LP

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