Evolution Midstream continues expansion in the Powder River Basin
Published by Lydia Woellwarth,
Evolution Midstream, LLC, a leading provider of flexible midstream and ancillary services to oil and gas producers, have announced that it has broken ground on its Jewell Facility, a natural gas processing plant in Converse County, Wyoming in the heart of the Powder River Basin (PRB).
Strategically located nearby Evolution’s existing infrastructure in the PRB, the Jewell Facility will feature innovative processing technology unique to the region. Scheduled to commence operations in 4Q18, the plant will initially provide 40 million ft3/d of processing capacity, increasing to 100 million ft3/d in 2019 to meet the growing needs of producers in the region. The facility will include a 4500 bpd fractionation and stabilisation train designed to extract purity propane and provide stabilised condensate for sale in local and interstate markets. It will also offer residue gas connections to MIGC, WIC and interstate pipelines that extend to the Cheyenne Hub.
“The Powder River Basin continues to emerge as one of the most attractive oil plays in the Lower 48 and the Jewell Facility further solidifies Evolution’s leading position in the region,” said Raj Basi, CEO of Evolution Midstream. “The plant’s strategic location and innovative technology will differentiate our offering in the basin while allowing our team to better anticipate and reliably provide for our customers’ immediate and long-term gas-gathering and processing needs.”
“The Jewell Facility’s state of the art technology and best-in-basin NGL recoveries will not only create substantial value from superior netbacks, it will provide critical flow assurance for our producer customers,” said P.K. Dandapani, Senior Vice President of Commercial Development at Evolution Midstream. “Our team remains focused on project execution to improve and expand our asset base to meet the growing demand of producers in the basin.”
Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/business-news/29082018/evolution-midstream-continues-expansion-in-the-powder-river-basin/
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