EagleClaw is dedicated to providing services targeted to our customers’ business objectives and markets. We are growth oriented and heavily invested in our operations and customer service throughout the Delaware Basin.
Our dedicated acreage benefits from high oil rates coupled with some of the highest gas to oil ratios in the Delaware basin. Our customers are producing highly economic wells and are key contributors to the unprecedented growth that is occurring in the Permian Basin.
We have four plants sites in operation across our footprint and more than 1,000 miles of pipe in the ground in three counties. Our interconnected plant and compression sites provides redundancy, reliability and ease of future expansion.
Our core capabilities in our Reeves, Ward and Culberson county facilities include a variety of services offerings across multiple streams, including natural gas gathering, transportation, compression, treating and processing; NGL stabilization and transportation; produced water gathering and disposal; and crude oil gathering, stabilization, storage and transportation.
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EagleClaw has expanded its natural gas gathering and processing capabilities in the past year and now boasts 1.3 Bcf per day of processing capacity in the Delaware Basin. Our gas pipeline network includes over 680 miles of gas gathering pipe, 35 miles of condensate pipe, 77 miles of NGL pipe, 22 miles of residue gas pipe and our gas compression horsepower totals over 210,000 HP via 29 stations and 143 field units.
EagleClaw provides provide safe and reliable crude oil services throughout the Delaware Basin, including oil gathering, storage and transportation of crude and condensate. We have over 140 miles of crude oil gathering pipeline in Reeves and Culberson counties and 90,000 barrels of crude oil storage capacity.
Produced water gathering and disposal is an integral part of EagleClaw’s offerings to our customers. We have over 55 miles of produced water gathering pipeline and permitted injection capacity of 390,000 barrels per day.