LM Energy Holdings, the former Longhorn Midstream Holdings LLC, said Phase I of its Touchdown Crude Oil Gathering System in the northern Delaware Basin is complete, Kallanish Energy reports.
The pipeline system will begin transporting crude oil in October for certain contracted customers in Eddy County, New Mexico.
As part of Phase II of the project, LM Energy is extending the Touchdown crude system and constructing the Touchdown Gas Gathering System.
Based on current contractual commitments, the combined systems will include a total of more than 100 miles of low-and high-pressure pipelines. Phase II of the Touchdown systems will begin operations in the first quarter of 2020 and serve multiple customers dedicated to both the crude oil and natural gas gathering systems.
“With the increase in drilling activity and production growth in our focus area, we are well positioned to serve current and future customers,” said Elliot Gerson, managing partner of LM Energy. “We are constructing our systems with new large diameter pipelines purpose-built for modern well performance.”
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