Permian Basin 2017

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PERMIAN BASIN: MIDSTREAM 62 | November 2017 | M idstream operators are stepping up to the urgent need for new crude gathering and transportation, and gas gathering and processing in the Permian, especially in the Delaware Basin. There have also been developments in addressing the other priority, getting frack water to and pro- duced water from wells in this notoriously dry and disparate region (see sidebar p. 64). Hart Energy has learned that Lucid Energy Group expects to bring its 200-MMcf/d Roadrun- ner cryogenic natural gas processing plant in Eddy County, N.M., into service in December, a month ahead of schedule. The company is also considering placing its next gas plant there, a possible change from the original plan to locate it adjacent to the Red Hills II plant, also a 200-MMcf/d, that was put into service in May in Lea County, N.M. Separately, Hart Energy has learned that Brazos Midstream will bring its 200-MMcf/d Comanche II cryogenic gas processing plant in Reeves County, Crude transport is also under pressure to keep up with production. Gas Processors Are on the Fast Track By Gregory DL Morris Contributing Editor The Lucid Red Hills II came into service in Lea County, N.M., in May 2017, ahead of schedule at 200 Mcf/d. Operators are pushing schedules to bring processing on early. (Photo courtesy of Lucid Energy Group)

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