Operations

San Andres Crude
Gathering System


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The San Andres Crude Gathering System is a greenfield crude oil gathering and trunkline pipeline system, which primarily serves wells producing from the San Andres formation in Yoakum County, Texas, and Lea County, New Mexico. The system provides transportation service to multiple takeaway pipelines near Denver City, Texas, providing producers and marketers with cost-effective access to all major crude markets in West Texas. The crude gathering system establishes Stakeholder as the leading crude-by-pipe gatherer in the emerging horizontal San Andres play with expansion capabilities not only in Yoakum and Lea counties, but also into Cochran, Andrews and Gaines counties. Construction began in January 2017 and the crude gathering system became operational in April 2017. In 2018, Stakeholder successfully completed the expansion of the system’s northern trunkline to the Cochran County border and the installation of a 30,000 barrel tank, doubling its storage capacity at the terminal.

Campo Viejo Gas
Gathering System


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The Campo Viejo Gas Gathering System is comprised of approximately 410 miles of low-pressure gathering pipelines, 1,100 horsepower of field compression, and approximately 35 miles of NGL and residue takeaway pipelines primarily located in Yoakum and Gaines counties in Texas and Lea County, New Mexico. The Camp Viejo treating and processing facility includes 7,500 horsepower of inlet compression, a 2,000 bbl/d condensate stabilizer, a 500 gpm amine treater and acid gas injection well, a state-of-the-art 60 MMcfd cryogenic processing plant, and a 42 MMcfd nitrogen rejection unit “Cold Box NRU”. Stakeholder commissioned the gas gathering system in late 2018 and looks to increase its footprint in Yoakum and surrounding counties in 2019. The Campo Viejo Gas Gathering System is the premier gas gathering, treating and processing solution for gas produced from the San Andres formation in the Northwest Shelf.