Austin, Texas-based WhiteWater Midstream is ready to move more natural gas out of the Permian Basin. A whole lot more. Reese Energy Consulting today is following the latest news from WhiteWater, which has announced early service on the expansion of its eponymous Agua Blanca system. The 200-mile Agua Blanca marks the company’s most recent joint venture with WPX and now flows more than 3 BCFD—double its initial capacity—from the Midland and Delaware plays to the Waha Hub, along with connections to 19 processing facilities. System expansion aside, Agua Blanca also marks Whitewater’s second, large-scale infrastructure project in the Permian since the company’s formation in 2016. The 500-mile Whistler Pipeline, currently under construction, will transport 2 BCFD of natural gas from an interconnect with the Waha Header to a terminus near Agua Dulce. Completion is expected in the second half of this year. Congratulations, WhiteWater.
WhiteWater Midstream is a management owned, Austin based midstream company founded in 2016. WhiteWater is partnered with multiple private equity funds and direct investors. Since inception, WhiteWater has reached final investment decisions on ~$3 billion in greenfield development projects.