Texas oil & gas pipeline and facility project permits last 7 days report dated July 6 2021 is tracking 24 Oil & Gas and Mid Stream Operators that had 40 pipeline and facilities approved permits.
- Top Oil & Gas Operators approved for a facility permits include; Cml Exploration, LLC (5), SCOUT ENERGY MANAGEMENT LLC (4), APA Corporation (2), COLGATE OPERATING, LLC (2)
- Top Counties approved for a facility permits include; Howard (3), Reeves (3), Winkler (3), Zavala (3)
- Top Oil & Gas Operators approved for a pipeline permits include; Kinder Morgan (6), Tristate Midstream (2)
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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 June 14 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 May 25 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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Cogent Midstream Permit #RN111289674 8M RANCH COMPRESSOR STATION
Cogent operates the largest private greenfield gathering and processing system in the Southern Midland Basin. Approximately 796 miles of pipeline and five active processing plants serve Coke, Crockett, Glassock, Irion, Mitchell, Reagan, Schleicher, Sterling, Tom Green and Upton counties. Our customers represent many of the most active drillers in the Permian.
Last week Cogent Midstream was approved by the Texas Rail Road Commission Pipeline Permit # 8780 103 miles new pipeline COKE, CROCKETT, GLASSCOCK, IRION, MITCHELL, NOLAN, REAGAN, STERLING, TOM GREEN, UPTON
Map shows Surge Energy Spraberry Well Permits last 3 Years
Cogent Midstream RANCH COMPRESSOR STATION Facility Permit
MAGNOLIA OIL Permit #RN111289872 ROMMEL REDWOOD PAD
The company, formed earlier this year by private equity firm TPG Capital and Chazen, the former Occidental Petroleum CEO, has been amassing acreage across the oil-rich Eagle Ford shale formation and the Austin Chalk limestone and clay formation.
Magnolia, which pumps more than 46,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day, invests less than 60 percent of its cash flow into drilling and other operations, saving the rest for growth opportunities and other uses.
The Austin Chalk, which lies atop the Eagle Ford in parts of Texas, is undergoing a renaissance of sorts as oil producers, Magnolia included, deploy technology developed in the shale boom.
Magnolia Oil Well Permits Austin Chalk
Source Texas pipeline and facility project permits July 5 2021
Oxy Permit #RN102422334 TERRELL GAS TREATING FACILITY
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. Aventine, our one-of-a-kind logistics and maintenance hub in New Mexico, provides a competitive advantage in ensuring our operations have real-time, cost-effective access to the equipment and supplies they need.
Occidental manages operations in the Permian Basin through two businesses: Permian Resources, which consists of growth-oriented unconventional opportunities, and Permian EOR, which utilizes enhanced oil recovery (EOR) techniques, such as carbon dioxide flooding and waterfloods.
Occidental relies upon several sources to ensure an adequate supply of CO2 for our EOR operations, including the Occidental-operated Bravo Dome field in northeastern New Mexico and additional supplies from methane fields in the southwestern Permian. Occidental’s Century Plant in Pecos County, Texas, further expands our EOR infrastructure in the Permian Basin. The plant processes natural gas with high-CO2 content, resulting in methane gas for the market as well as a major source of CO2 for our Permian operations.
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VEOLIA ES TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS Permit#RN102599719 Construct Permit for existing facility
The Veolia North America Port Arthur, Texas Treatment Complex is located 3.5 miles West of Taylor’s Bayou on 3,300-rural acres of which only 450-acres are involved in waste activity approximately ten miles west of Port Arthur, TX. The 150 million BTU/hr rotary kiln based incinerator occupies 156-acres and owns the surrounding 2200 acres as well. The remaining property represents RCRA closed or inactive land disposal units owned by the previous owner and spare acreage. The facility specializes in servicing generators who have large-volume waste treatment requirements (i.e., process wastes from manufacturing or one-time volumes from remediation projects). Port Arthur is permitted to handle up to 150,000 tons per year of RCRA and TSCA waste and auxiliary fuel with hourly constraints on individual feed devices, feed concentrations, and heat releases.
CML EXPLORATION LLC Permit #RN111289294 LACKEY FIVE NO 1 FACILITY ROUTINE MAINTENANCE STARTUP AND SHUTDOWN OF FACIL
CML Exploration, LLC is a privately held independent oil and gas exploration and production company that was founded by Kenneth C. Nelson in November 2007. The Company operates more than 350 oil and gas wells located in Texas and New Mexico. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, the Company employs more than 50 personnel.
CML began targeting the Georgetown formation with a drilling project on its Pecan Grove lease in Zavala County in December 2016. Over the past two and half years, the company has filed drilling permits for 13 more Georgetown projects on nearby leases.
Railroad Commission figures show that the company’s Georgetown wells have been productive. CML reported that its Georgetown wells in Zavala County produced more than 280,000 barrels of crude oil in 2017.
Founded by oil and gas industry veteran Kenneth Nelson in November 2007, CML is a privately held exploration and production company with 350 oil and gas wells in South Texas, the Permian Basin of West Texas and southeastern New Mexico.
CML Exploration Lackey 5 Facility
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ARB Midstream Permit #5162 .25 miles pipeline addition
ARB Midstream is a private equity backed, growth-oriented company providing crude oil and gas liquids midstream and marketing/logistics solutions in North America. ARB is building a portfolio of oil and gas liquids logistics solutions in the most profitable plays, through innovative acquisitions and greenfield projects.