Where the Permian Basin covers more than 75,000 square miles and 25 counties in Texas and New Mexico, EagleClaw Midstream has carved out an impressive niche in the hydrocarbon-rich Delaware shale play. In seven short years, the company has zoomed in size from a small, natural gas-focused midstream start-up to the largest independent player there, operating oil, gas, NGLs and produced water systems.
EagleClaw Midstream is strategically located in the heart of the Delaware Basin in one of the fastest growing areas for oil and gas development in the world. They provide the gathering, compression, processing and transportation services required to bring natural gas, natural gas liquids and crude oil to market.
Setting anchor in the Delaware has proved a strategic move for EagleClaw. In 2018, the company joined Kinder Morgan to co-develop the 430-mile Permian Highway Pipeline in which EagleClaw has pre-reserved 400 MMCFD of capacity. And earlier this year, EagleClaw announced plans to build the Delaware Link gas pipeline, which will extend from its three processing facilities in Reeves County to the Waha Hub. A fourth cryogenic plant commissioned in May and the 40-mile Delaware Link will expand the company’s total processing capacity to 1.3 BCFD.
On the crude oil front, EagleClaw operates 150 miles of gathering lines with interconnects to the Oryx Trans-Permian and Plains All American’s Pinon Basin, and 90,000 Bbls of crude storage. Its water-gathering and disposal system includes 58 miles of pipelines with injection capacity of 390,000 BPD.
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