Brazos Midstream has executed gathering and processing agreements with Shell Exploration & Production. It is to construct a natural gas gathering system in the core of the Permian Basin’s Delaware. This is a formation in West Texas.
The infrastructure would be anchored by 15-year, fee-based acreage dedications totaling 55,000 acres in Loving, Ward, and Winkler counties. The Fort Worth, TX-based operator plans to construct 16 miles of high-pressure pipeline. Firstly, it is extending from its existing gathering and processing systems.
CEO Brad Iles touted the Shell agreement and ongoing expansions of midstream infrastructure in West Texas.
“These projects are a testament to the strength of our operating team. This demonstrates our commitment to aggressively expand our asset base. Mainly in support of our upstream customers”.
“We have our commitment to offering comprehensive, best-in-class midstream services. This includes our strong customer relationships as we grow in one of the most economic oil and gas producing regions in the country”.
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