- Total miles of natural gas pipeline: 400
- Total miles of NGL pipeline
- Total field compression horsepower: 70,000
- Total processing capacity: 520 MMcf/d
- Total processing capacity under construction: 200 MMcf/d
EagleClaw Midstream Ventures, LLC is the largest privately held midstream operator in the Southern Delaware Basin. EagleClaw owns and operates natural gas gathering and processing facilities located primarily in Reeves County, Texas. These facilities serve producers targeting stacked pay zones in the Delaware Basin, including the Upper and Middle Wolfcamp, Bone Spring and the Avalon Shale formations.
The system includes more than 185 miles of gas gathering pipeline; five field compressor stations with a total of 33,000 horsepower in low pressure compression; and Toyah I, a 60 MMcf/d cryogenic processing plant, and 460 MMcf/d of cryogenic processing capacity at the East Toyah Natural Gas Processing Complex.
An 18-mile NGL line connects the East Toyah Processing Complex to Lone Star’s West Texas Gateway Pipeline, which transports NGLs to the market center at Mont Belvieu, Texas. The East Toyah complex also is connected to Kinder Morgan’s El Paso 1600 Pipeline, and by April 2017 will have an additional connect into ONEOK’s WestTex Transmission System, an intrastate natural gas pipeline system that connects into the Roadrunner Gas Transmission Pipeline (“Roadrunner”). Phase One of the Roadrunner project is complete and currently serving markets in El Paso, Texas, and Mexico.
In August 2016 EagleClaw Midstream Ventures, LLC purchased PennTex Permian, LLC. PennTex Permian assets (together known as the Pecos System) include a 60 MMcf/d cryogenic processing plant, approximately 100 miles of gathering pipeline and four field compressor stations. EagleClaw has purchased and Pecos II, a 200 MMcf/d cryogenic processing plant to be located on the Pecos System. The new plant is expected to come into service in Q2 2018.
EagleClaw has connected the Pecos system to its East Toyah System, bringing total processing capacity to 520 MMcf/d and total gathering pipeline to more than 200 miles served by 13 field compressor stations with approximately 73,000 horsepower of low- and high-pressure compression. Total processing capacity will reach 720 MMcf/d in Q2 2018. The combined systems are supported by customer dedications of more than 200,000 acres.