Texas Oil & Gas Pipeline and Facility Projects July 19, 2021

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Texas oil & gas pipeline and facility project permits last 7 days report dated July 19 2021 is tracking 20 Oil & Gas and Mid Stream Operators that had 35 pipeline and facilities approved permits.

  • Top Oil & Gas Operators approved for a facility permits include; Surge Energy (7), HIGHPEAK ENERGY (4), OXY USA Inc. (4), APA Corporation (3)
  • Top Counties approved for a facility permits include; Howard (12), Reeves (6), Midland (2)
  • Top Oil & Gas Operators approved for a pipeline permits include; Energy Transfer (3)

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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. Source Texas pipeline and facility project permits July 19 2021

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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.  Source Texas pipeline and facility project permits July 19 2021

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

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Surge Energy 7 Facility Permits – Map shows 300+ wells drilled in Spraberry Play

Surge Energy US Holdings Company is an independent oil and natural gas company focused on the development, exploitation, production and acquisition of oil and natural gas reserves in the Midland Basin of West Texas, one of three primary sub-basins of the Permian Basin. The Company is headquartered in Houston, Texas, and currently holds approximately 93,000 net acres in the Permian Basin.

Surge Energy US Holdings Company (“Surge Energy” or the “Company”) announces it surpassed 100 million gross barrels of oil equivalent produced since the Company took over operatorship of the Moss Creek asset in 2016 and was listed in Houston Chronicle’s Top Private Companies headquartered in Houston, TX as published on June 20, 2021.

Spraberry Trend covers a large area – around 2,500 square miles. As most often defined, the Spraberry includes portions of Irion, Reagan, Upton, Glasscock, Midland, and Martin Counties. In 2007, the U.S. Department of Energy ranked The Spraberry Trend third in the United States by total proved reserves, and seventh in total production. Estimates have the Spraberry Shale holding up to 10 billion barrels of oil as well as 3 trillion cubic feet of natural gas. Global Hunter estimates the play’s potential recovery resources range from 4.2 to 8.8 billion BOE

Oxy USA SILVERTIP F PRODUCTION FACILITY Permit# RN110016730 

Occidental’s U.S. business is focused in the Permian Basin of West Texas and southeast New Mexico, one of the largest and most active oil basins in the United States, accounting for approximately 30 percent of the total U.S. oil production. Occidental is the No. 1 producer in the Permian Basin, with operations focused on the Delaware and Midland basins, as well as the Central Basin Platform. 

Spraberry Trend covers a large area – around 2,500 square miles. As most often defined, the Spraberry includes portions of Irion, Reagan, Upton, Glasscock, Midland, and Martin Counties. In 2007, the U.S. Department of Energy ranked The Spraberry Trend third in the United States by total proved reserves, and seventh in total production. Estimates have the Spraberry Shale holding up to 10 billion barrels of oil as well as 3 trillion cubic feet of natural gas. Global Hunter estimates the play’s potential recovery resources range from 4.2 to 8.8 billion BOE

WolfBone play is an emerging unconventional oil resource. Total Resource in place per section: 108 Mmboe. Located in the Delaware basin

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HighPeak Energy 4 new battery permits in the Spraberry

HighPeak Energy, Inc. is a publicly traded independent oil and natural gas company, headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, focused on the acquisition, development, exploration and exploitation of unconventional oil and natural gas reserves in the Midland Basin in West Texas.

HighPeak reported a 96% increase in year-end 2020 total proved reserves to 22.5 MMBoe, consisting of 84% oil, 10% natural gas liquids and 6% natural gas. Proved developed reserves increased 107% to 10.3 MMBoe (46% of the Company’s total proved reserves) reflecting continued success of the Company’s horizontal drilling program focused on the Wolfcamp A and Lower Spraberry formations in the Company’s Flat Top operating area. Cawley, Gillespie & Associates, Inc., an independent reserve engineering firm, prepared the Company’s year-end reserve estimates.

HighPeak’s 2021 capital budget is focused on the efficient development of its highly productive 51,000 net acre position in Howard County, Texas. The Company plans to operate one rig on average throughout 2021 with a primary focus on the co-development of its Lower Spraberry and Wolfcamp A formations. Additionally, we will continue the buildout of our water and power infrastructure.

Enlink Permit #9088 adding 49 miles to exiting permit 

EnLink operates ~12,000 miles of gathering and transportation pipelines, 21 processing plants with ~5.3 billion cubic feet of net processing capacity, and seven fractionators with ~290,000 barrels per day of net fractionation capacity, as well as barge and rail terminals, product storage facilities, purchase and marketing capabilities, brine disposal wells, an extensive crude oil trucking fleet, and equity investments in certain joint ventures. As a result, we are able to aggressively pursue system expansions and develop new projects to better serve our customers.

Rattler and Amarillo Midstream sold their 50/50 Amarillo Rattler joint venture to EnLink Midstream for total gross potential consideration of $75 million, consisting of $50 million at closing, $10 million upon the first anniversary of closing and up to $15 million in contingent earn-out payments

Amarillo Midstream and Rattler Midstream LP have formed Amarillo Rattler, a 50/50 joint venture that will own, operate and expand a natural gas gathering and processing system in the Permian Basin’s Midland sub-basin in West Texas

The Yellow Rose gas system is estimated to have a processing capacity of 40,000 million cubic feet per day (Mcf/d). The 40-MMcfd Yellow Rose gas gathering and cryogenic processing system including over 84 miles of gathering and regional transportation pipelines in Dawson, Martin, and Andrews Counties, Texas.

The deal includes 60,000Mcf/d natural gas cryogenic processing plant in Martin County, Texas.

ENERGY TRANSFER COMPANY Permit #T06792 adding 28 miles to exiting pipeline 

ET is nearing capacity in both the Delaware and Midland Basins due to continued producer demand and strong growth outlook in the Permian  As a result of this demand, ET has continued to build out its Permian infrastructure, and recently completed another processing plant

Processing Expansions • 600 MMcf/d of processing capacity online in 2016 and 2017
• 200 MMcf/d Arrowhead II processing plant went into service at end of October 2018200 MMcf/d Arrowhead III in the Delaware Basin went into service July 2019 and is expected to be full by year-end 2020
• 200 MMcf/d Panther II processing plant commissioned December 2019


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