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Eagle Ford Water and Disposal LLC retained EnergyNet for the sale of an Eagle Ford gas gathering and processing plant located in DeWitt County, Texas, through a sealed-bid offering closing June 23.
- Location: DeWitt County South Texas - Eagle Ford Shale. 17 Acres deed acres located approximately one mile Northwest of Nordheim, Texas off of FM 324 and Cabeza Road.
- Facility Production Concept: Gas can be processed through a single train consisting of Slug Catcher, H2S Treating, Dehydration and Metering. Condensate can be processed through a single liquid train consisting of a Condensate Surge Tank, LP Separator, Oil Treaters, Oil Storage and LACT Unites for truck loading. Flash gas is compressed and injected into the high-pressure gas stream. Tank vapors can also be recovered and compressed. Product water is separated and removed at the wellpads. A smokeless flare stack can handle fare and relief gas.
- Slug Catcher Design: 1 unit, 100 MMscf/d / 5,000 BLPD
- Dehydrator Unit Skid Design: 4 units, 15 MMscf/d
- Vapor Recovery Unit (VRU) Skid Design: 1 unit, 0.7 MMscf/d
- 2-5,000 barrel Crude/NGL tanks
- 2-LACT Units
- NGL Bullet Design: 1 unit, 30,000 gallon.
- Security fenced, electric gates, LED lights, 750 KVA Transformer
Bids are due by 4 p.m. June 23. For complete due diligence information on any of the packages visit energynet.com or email Cody Felton, vice president of business development, at Cody.Felton@energynet.com, or Denna Arias, vice president of corporate development, at Denna.Arias@energynet.com.
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