Within the last two months, Okla. City-based Great Salt Plains Midstream has completed construction on and expanded both a natural gas and crude oil system that stretch across five counties in the Anadarko Basin’s STACK play.
For producers there, looks like Christmas just came early. RMR today fixes the spotlight on Great Salt Plains, which last week announced the completion of its 137-mile gas gathering and transportation system. The system includes five compressor stations, the 70 MMCFD cryogenic Silver Lake gas plant and the 20 MMCFD Thunderbird gas plant offering 59 MMCFD of gathering compression capacity and 55 MMCFD of residue compression capacity.
This, barely a month after GSPM’s completion of a 317-mile crude gathering and transportation system that also serves the STACK with a direct line to the Cushing oil complex and an interconnect to the Phillips 66 refinery in Ponca City. While Christmas may still be months away, Great Salt Plains is already giving STACK producers one heck of a midstream gift.