Extraction Oil & Gas is a customer of Grand Mesa Pipeline, a subsidiary of NGL Energy Partners that provides takeaway capacity for crude oil producers in the D-J Basin where Extraction’s operations are focused.
Project includes a processing plant and gathering system.
Woodside Petroleum and its North West Shelf LNG venture partners executed two agreements to process gas through the project's facilities in Western Australia, the gas producer said on Dec. 23.
In addition to supporting the extensive multiwell pad development taking place in the Midland Basin, Pinnacle Midstream II said the gas gathering system, named Pinnacle Dos Picos, was designed with expansion in mind.
Stakeholder’s natural gas and crude oil systems serve producers working in the San Andres formation in West Texas and Southeast New Mexico
Pipeline operator Williams Companies Inc. said on Nov. 23 it will take ownership of some of Chesapeake Energy Corp’s assets in exchange for accepting lower gas gathering fees from the bankrupt shale producer.
Divestiture follows acquisitions earlier this year.
Sempra Energy said on Sept. 18 it expects the Cameron LNG export plant in Louisiana to return to full service in six weeks after lingering power outages from Hurricane Laura have kept it shut since late August.