Texas Oil & Gas Pipeline and Facility Projects June 29, 2021

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Texas oil & gas pipeline and facility project permits last 7 days report dated June 29 2021 is tracking 28 Oil & Gas and Mid Stream Operators that had 52 pipeline and facilities approved permits.

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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. Source Texas pipeline and facility project permits June 14 2021

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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.  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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Texas Facilities Interesting Projects

Surge Energy 6 Air Permits near Knott Texas

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.

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

Map shows Surge Energy Spraberry Well Permits last 3 Years

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About Gas Lift

Unconventional production can be compared to blowing up a balloon, he pointed out. Frac’ing only reaches a specific distance from the hole, and unlike conventional wells, no more oil flows in from the rest of the formation. “There’s only a certain amount of room for the fluid, the gas and the oil and water. It’s like blowing up a balloon; the balloon goes to a certain diameter and it’s done. Same thing with this. And if you sit there and let these wells just flow back until they stop, all that pressure goes away. So we have to conserve bottom hole pressure,” in order to get all the oil possible from the formation. Gas lift, said Miller, can help preserve bottom hole pressure.

This is not to say ESPs and rod pumps are not still useful in many circumstances. But new technology has improved equipment design, equipment manufacture, well design, and ongoing monitoring to the point that old technology is practically brand new. This gives producers more weapons in the battle against margin shrink and investment flight.

Facility Permits 

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XTO Energy Inc.  purchased producing properties from Plains Exploration & Production Company (NYSE-PXP) of Houston, Texas with an effective date of January 1, 2005 for $350 million. These properties further expand the Company’s operations in its core Eastern Region of East Texas and northern Louisiana. XTO Energy’s internal engineers estimate the proved reserves to be 175 billion cubic feet of gas equivalent (Bcfe), of which 75% are proved developed and 95% are attributable to natural gas. Development costs for the proved undeveloped reserves are estimated at $.90—$1.20 per thousand cubic feet (Mcf). The acquisitions will initially add production of about 35 million cubic feet of natural gas per day (MMcf/d). As a result, the Company is increasing its production growth target in 2005 to 23-25%, up from 21-23%.

 These premium producing properties expand XTO Energy’s holdings in the Sabine Uplift and Cotton Valley trends. Significant fields include Carthage, Rosewood, White Oak/Glenwood, Beckville, East Henderson and Oak Hill. The predominant producing formations are the sand sequences of the Cotton Valley, Bossier, Travis Peak and Pettit zones. XTO will operate about 60% of the value of the acquired


Sugarloaf Condensate Processing Facility—We operate and own an 87.5 percent interest in the Sugarloaf Condensate Processing Facility, a 30,000 barrel-per-day condensate processing plant 

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.


Texas Pipeline Projects


COGENT MIDSTREAM Permit #10283 5 miles new pipeline IRION Texas

PALEO MIDSTREAM LLC #10284 93 miles pipeline transfer DCP

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