Project Summary of Upcoming Pipeline & Facility Projects in Texas
Texas oil & gas pipeline and facility project permits last 14 days report dated Oct 27 2021 is tracking 27 Oil & Gas and Mid Stream Operators that had 60 pipeline and facilities approved permits.
- Top Oil & Gas Operators approved for a facility permits include; Cml Exploration, LLC (12), Verado Energy, Inc. (11), SCOUT ENERGY MANAGEMENT LLC (5), FOURPOINT ENERGY LLC (4)
- Top Counties approved for a facility permits include; SCURRY (13), ZAVALA (8), MIDLAND (5), DIMMIT (4)
- Top Oil & Gas Operators approved for a pipeline permits include; Lime Rock Resources (1), Salt Creek Midstream (1)
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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 Oct 27 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 Oct 27 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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JBS recently partnered with Ally Energy Solutions on a first ever swine to RNG project at its hog facility in Dalhart, Texas. The project modernized a two-and-a-half acre digester lagoon to capture and convert methane gas into clean, renewable natural gas, that is then sold to the California transportation fuel market.
The project, which was completed in less than twelve months, is expected to produce more than 50,000 MMBTU of biogas each year, eliminating 10,362 tonnes of carbon dioxide.
• Improved animal waste management system and overall farm efficiency with maximized biogas yields
• Preventative maintenance and infrastructure upgrades including lagoon recertification and two new lagoon covers
• The system converts methane that would otherwise be released into the atmosphere into clean, sustainable transportation fuel
• The project greatly reduced the facility’s greenhouse gas emissions, resulting in a carbon negative system
• The project transformed the cost of waste management into a long-term, recurring revenue stream
• The project avoided capital expenditures by funding more than a million dollars of preventative maintenance and infrastructure upgrades
WhiteWater Midstream, LLC. Maintenance Permit #RN111355251 WAHA GAS STORAGE FACILITY
WhiteWater Midstream (WWM), operator of the Agua Blanca and Whistler pipelines, has announced the acquisition of Enstor’s Waha gas storage assets. The assets will be held in a newly formed joint venture entity, Waha Gas Storage LLC, which will be jointly owned by Whistler Pipeline, LLC and Delaware Basin Residue, LLC, owner of Agua Blanca.
The Waha gas storage facilities will be connected to Agua Blanca’s Waha header system and will provide material storage capacities to customers of both the Agua Blanca and Whistler pipelines. With six existing caverns and five additional permitted caverns, the Waha Gas Storage facilities can provide approximately 10 billion ft3 of storage capacity once fully developed.
“The Waha Gas Storage assets are strategically located near the Waha hub and our new joint venture plans on further optimising these facilities and their capabilities in the near-term to better serve the customers of the Agua Blanca and Whistler pipelines,” said Christer Rundlof, CEO of WhiteWater. “We are extremely excited to provide our customers with another premier residue service and unmatched flexibility for their residue transportation needs.”
The Waha Gas Storage facilities are expected to be in service in 4Q21, pending the receipt of customary regulatory and other approvals.
Targa Resources Facility Permit RN111353090 SHINNERY OAK COMPRESSOR STATION
Traga has 37 compressors in Texas with Air Permits.
Permian Midland system consists of approximately 7,000 miles of natural gas gathering pipelines and sixteen processing plants with an aggregate nameplate capacity of 2,599 MMcf/d, all located within the Permian Basin in West Texas. Eleven of these plants and 4,900 miles of gathering pipelines belong to a joint venture (“WestTX”), in which we have an approximate 72.8% ownership. Pioneer, a major producer in the Permian Basin, owns the remaining interest in the WestTX system. In addition, we are constructing the Legacy Plant, a 250 MMcf/d cryogenic natural gas processing plant, which is expected to begin operations in the fourth quarter of 2022.
West Texas Gas has 39 Compressors with Air Permits changes approved for BROOKING COMPRESSOR STATION & MORGAN RANCH COMPRESSOR STATION Last week
With a deep understanding the utility of natural gas, natural gas utility West Texas Gas distributes more than 25 billion cu. ft. of natural gas, propane, and other petroleum products to more than 25,000 residential, commercial, agricultural, and governmental customers in Texas and Oklahoma Panhandle region. The company, the fourth-largest investor-owned public utility in Texas, also operates retail gasoline stations and convenience stores and has gas gathering, production, transmission, and marketing operations. West Texas Gas is 100%-owned by CEO J. L. Davis.
Salt Creek Midstream Permit #T09944 9 Miles New Pipeline CULBERSON, REEVES, WARD, WINKLER
Formed in 2017, Houston-headquartered Salt Creek Midstream, LLC is a joint venture of ARM Energy Holdings, LLC and funds managed by the Private Equity Group of Ares. Salt Creek is a full service midstream provider in the Delaware Basin, offering gas and crude gathering, compression, cryogenic processing and treating services, as well as water gathering and disposal services. Salt Creek currently spans over 350,000 acres in gas dedications and approximately 300,000 acres in crude across Culberson, Reeves, Ward, Winkler, Lea, Pecos, and Eddy Counties within the Delaware Basin.
As a full-service midstream provider, Salt Creek will offer gas and crude gathering, compression, cryogenic processing and treating services. It will primarily consist of multiple cryogenic processing facilities, plus crude-gathering pipelines, compression and treating facilities. By the end of this year, Salt Creek is expected to have 260 million cubic feet per day of processing capacity, which could be expanded as producers are added to the system.
So far, Salt Creek has commitments from multiple producers for more than 250,000 dedicated acres across Culberson, Reeves, Ward, Winkler, Lea, Pecos and Eddy counties in the Delaware Basin, part of Texas’ booming Permian Basin. The JV also closed a $350 million term loan facility, of which Deutsche Bank acted as sole arranger and underwriter.
LIME ROCK RESOURCES #110320 15 Miles New Pipeline DENTON, WISE
In 2018, Lime Rock Resources acquired the Denton Creek assets in the Barnett Shale from a publicly traded E&P company.
Now operating in four main regions across six states, we seek to both add acquisitions—and operating synergies—in our existing areas and selectively expand our geographic footprint in attractive new basins.
Our core focus is on producing fields, and our acquisitions through mid-year 2019 have averaged 72% of proved developed producing reserves as a percentage of proved reserves. We have a preference for properties with long-term production histories and predictable production profiles.