The Bazor Ridge gathering and processing system consists of approximately 169 miles of pipeline with diameters ranging from three to eight inches, and three compressor stations with a combined compression capacity of 1,069 horsepower. Our Bazor Ridge system is located in Jasper, Clarke, Wayne, and Greene counties of Mississippi. The Bazor Ridge system also contains a sour natural-gas treating and cryogenic processing plant located in Wayne County, Mississippi, with a design capacity of approximately 22 MMcf/d, as well as four inlet and one discharge compressor, with approximately 5,218 of combined horsepower. The natural-gas supply for our Bazor Ridge system is derived primarily from rich associated natural gas produced from oil wells targeting the mature Upper Smackover formation. Production from the wells drilled in this area is generally stable with relatively modest decline rates.