Thunder to Honor Enable Midstream Safety Partner Award Winner

Team to recognize Jordan Long for his work with the Tuttle Fire Department
Oklahoma City, Monday, Nov. 11, 2019 – The Oklahoma City Thunder and Enable Midstream Partners will honor Jordan Long of the Tuttle Fire Department with a celebration on Wednesday, Nov. 13. Long was selected as the Enable Midstream Safety Partner Award recipient for the month of November and will be recognized on court at the Thunder vs. Lakers game on Nov. 22.
                                                                             
Representatives from the Thunder and Enable Midstream Partners will be in attendance to present Long with a donation to the Tuttle Fire Department. The celebration, which is free and open to the public, will be held at the Tuttle Fire Department.
 
Enable Midstream Partners is in its fifth year of honoring emergency responders across Oklahoma. The company is partnering with the Thunder to recognize individuals who exhibit the values of safety, integrity, accountability, customer service and teamwork.
 
ENABLE MIDSTREAM SAFETY PARTNER AWARD CELEBRATION
 
WHO: Thunder representatives, Enable Midstream Partners representatives, Jordan Long, members of the Tuttle Fire Department and Tuttle community.
 
WHAT: The Oklahoma City Thunder and Enable Midstream Partners will celebrate Jordan Long for his work as a firefighter and paramedic with the Tuttle Fire Department.
 
WHEN: Wednesday, Nov. 13, at 12 p.m.
 
WHERE: Tuttle Fire Department
4 SE 2nd Street
Tuttle, OK 73089
 
To nominate an emergency responder, visit okcthunder.com/safetypartner.
 
ABOUT ENABLE MIDSTREAM PARTNERS: Enable owns, operates and develops strategically located natural gas and crude oil infrastructure assets. Enable’s assets include over 13,900 miles of gathering pipelines, approximately 2.6 Bcf/d of natural gas processing capacity, approximately 7,800 miles of interstate pipelines (including Southeast Supply Header, LLC of which Enable owns 50 percent), approximately 2,300 miles of intrastate pipelines and eight natural gas storage facilities comprising 84.5 billion cubic feet of storage capacity. For more information, visit enablemidstream.com.
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