Project Summary of Upcoming Pipeline & Facility Projects in Texas and Well Permits for the Mid Continent
Texas oil & gas pipeline and facility project permits last 7 days report dated Dec 16, 2022 is tracking 32 Oil & Gas and Mid Stream Operators that had 116 pipeline and facilities approved permits.
- Top Oil & Gas Operators approved for a facility permits include; Eog Resources (24), Verdun Oil Company LLC (21), SM Energy Company (10)
- Top Counties approved for a facility permits include; LA SALLE (20), MONTAGUE (13), REEVES (11)
- Top Oil & Gas Operators approved for a pipeline permits include; Repsol Oil
New well permits the last 7 days for Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Louisiana includes 103 Operators and 281 permits.
- Top Oil & Gas Operators approved for a facility permits include; Pioneer Natural (20), Devon Energy (17), Diamondback Energy (12)
- Well permits by State; Texas (193), New Mexico (31), Oklahoma (28), Louisiana (29)
- Well Permits by top County; REEVES (22), Upton (18), Martin (21)
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Mid Continent (TX,OK,NM,LA) Well Permits
Texas Air Permits
Texas Pipeline Permits
Texas Pipeline Construction Permits
Mid Continent Well Permits
Mid Content Well Permits
The graph shows the new well permit count and moving average for Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Louisiana since 2019
Texas Pipeline Projects
Pipeline permits include gathering or transport pipelines of a liquid, gas or oil through a system of pipes. In addition to these main types of pipelines, there are also four other sub-categories of pipelines: Gathering Lines, Feeder Lines, Transmission Pipelines and Distribution Pipelines. The permits represent all types of pipelines.
Texas T4 Pipeline Permits
Texas Pipeline Construction Permits
Texas Oil & Gas Facility Permits
Facilities are a system of vessels, piping, valves, tanks and other equipment that are used to gather, process, measure, store or dispose of petroleum, natural gas or water. … The upstream facility network includes equipment for the handling of oil, natural gas, natural gas liquids, and water.
We have 3 types of permits related to construction of new facilities the Permit Type is related to the stage of the project.
- Notify New – Prior to construction, a notification with basic information must be submitted.
- Initial -Ninety days after submitting the Initial Project Notification, a more detailed registration for the standard permit is required. This could be related to existing plant maintenance
- Revision – Permit approved with a revision to the permit. This could be related to existing plant maintenance
Facility Projects New
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Facility and Pipeline Project Details
Forge Energy, LLC – 2 New Air Permits Approved – Permian – UL TILDEN 16-32 BATTERY & DUIKER CENTRAL TANK BATTERY
Forge Energy ranks #94 in wells drilled in 2022 with 21 wells drilled in the Mid Continent of the US. The Mid Continent region includes Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Louisiana.
Forge Energy ranks #171 in air permits approved in 2022 with 1 permit in Texas.
Oil and gas acreage in Delaware Basin. The asset consists of 20,300 net acres of Permian Assets containing 601 gross operated locations and 507 net
Vital Energy (Laredo) – 1 New Air Permits – BIG EL MICROGRID
Laredo has over 140,000 gross acres (with a majority of it being contiguous) and of which 85% is Hold by Production (HBP).
Laredo Petroleum ranks #31 in wells drilled in 2022 with 66 wells drilled in the Mid Continent of the US. The Mid Continent region includes Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Louisiana.
Laredo Petroleum ranks #1 in air permits approved in 2022 with 199 permits in Texas.
Laredo’s Permian activities are centered on the east side of the basin approximately 35 miles east of Midland, Texas in primarily Howard, Glasscock and Reagan Counties.
PDC Permian, Inc. – 1 New Air Permits – REDHORN 4303 – PECOS County
PDC Permian ranks #133 in wells drilled in 2022 with 13 wells drilled in the Mid Continent of the US. The Mid Continent region includes Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Louisiana.
PDC Permian ranks #203 in air permits approved in 2022 with 1 permit in Texas.
Oxy – 1 new Air Permits – AMETHYST TANKLESS 5.0 CPF – LOVING
Oxy is a leading producer in the U.S. Permian Basin, one of the most prolific oil basins in the world, where we operate some of the top-performing wells in the industry. With a position of approximately 2.9 million net acres in Texas and New Mexico, our combined Permian Basin portfolio of conventional and unconventional acreage differentiates us from our competitors.
Oxy USA Inc. ranks #6 in wells drilled in 2022 with 288 wells drilled in the Mid Continent of the US. The Mid Continent region includes Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Louisiana.
Oxy USA ranks #3 in air permits approved in 2022 with 76 permits in Texas.
INPEX EAGLE FORD, LLC_Permit #T10415_New Pipeline_2 Miles_KARNES
INPEX is steadily producing and marketing crude oil and gas in the Eagle Ford Shale Oil Project it acquired in the State of Texas in the United States in April 2019. Most of the assets are located in Karnes County, Texas, considered to be a highly productive area for crude oil within the Eagle Ford shale play, which has long hosted a concentration of tight oil and shale gas development activity. INPEX is the operator of the project, with the exception of a portion of the assets.
REPSOL OIL & GAS_Permit T08675_Pipeline Addition_51 Miles_DE WITT, KARNES, LA SALLE, LIVE OAK, MCMULLEN
Repsol Oil & Gas ranks #62 in wells drilled in 2022 with 36 wells drilled in the Mid Continent of the US. The Mid Continent region includes Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Louisiana.
Karnes County, TX ranks #6 in the state for BOE produced in the most recent month (Aug 2022). The information below is the summary of oil and gas data that goes back to 1993 and contains information on the 5,763 wells that have been drilled from Jan 1993 to Aug 2022.
Eagle Ford in Texas is the most mature tight oil play in the Lower 48 current, oil and natural gas production of 2.5 million barrels of oil equivalent per day. Measuring 400 miles long and 50 miles wide along the Texas Gulf Coast, the Eagle Ford basin is spread over 12,000 square miles in South and central Texas.