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Pipeline company grows Permian Basin footprint. Oil and gas market recovery continues – 9/3/2021

A natural gas pipeline connecting southeast New Mexico to West Texas was purchased by an Austin, Texas-based midstream company as the company sought to grow its presence in the Permian Basin.

WhiteWater Midstream announced Aug. 26 that it acquired Sendero Midstream’s Gateway Pipeline, which runs about 23 miles from the Carlsbad area to Culberson County, Texas.

The 24-inch line connects natural gas producers in the western Delaware sub-basin of the Permian to WhiteWater’s Agua Blanca pipeline system, which bring natural gas to the Waha Hub in Western Texas for storage and transport to export and refinery markets in the Gulf Coast region.

The line’s capacity was reported at 400 million cubic feet per day of natural gas, per the Energy Information Administration (EIA) and cost $45 million to construct before going into service in May 2020.

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