Brazos Midstream Holdings, LLC (Brazos) has announced the completion of multiple crude oil and gas gathering and processing projects in the southern Delaware Basin.
Brazos commenced the operation of a 10 million ft3/d natural gas processing plant (Comanche I), several new compressor stations and approximately 150 miles of large diameter, low and high pressure gas gathering pipelines.
The project also included the construction of 35 miles of crude oil gathering pipelines, two crude oil storage terminals with a combined capacity of 50 000 bbls, and connections to multiple downstream crude oil pipelines. The fully-operational Comanche I cryogenic natural gas processing plant and associated pipelines are located in Ward, Reeves and Pecos counties (Texas).
Brazos has also begun the construction of a second gas processing plant (Comanche II), which will add 200 million ft3/d of incremental processing capacity. Comanche II is expected to be operational in 1Q18 and will increase Brazos' total operated processing capacity in the Delaware Basin to 260 million ft3/d. "We are excited about the high quality assets that our team has constructed over the past 18 months," said Brad Iles, CEO at Brazos. "With multiple productive zones in and around our area of operation, we expect drilling activity and volume growth to remain strong for years to come," Iles continued.
Brazos' midstream infrastructure is anchored by long term acreage dedications covering over 200 000 acres with top-tier Permian operators currently moving towards full scale development.
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