LM Energy Holdings LLC announced May 13 that the company has entered into agreements with multiple customers to support expanding its gas gathering systems in Eddy and Lea counties, New Mexico.

The project will include multiple new compressor stations and about 70 miles of large-diameter, low-and-high-pressure gas pipelines, including a 27-mile, 20-inch pipeline connecting the company’s existing Touchdown gas gathering system to multiple gas processing facilities near Loving, New Mexico.

The project will increase the system’s natural gas capacity to 500 MMcf/d with a total of 10 compressor stations and 150 miles of gas gathering pipelines. The network additions will enter service by the second quarter of 2025.

“The successful commercialization of these growth projects with multiple blue-chip customers is a testament to the strategic positioning of our assets and our relentless focus on customer service,” said LM CEO Elliot Gerson in a press release.