July 5, 2016 - 11:13 AM EDT
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Vaquero Midstream Southern Delaware Basin Plant Successfully Commissioned

THE WOODLANDS, Texas, July 5, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Vaquero Midstream has announced the successful commissioning of its Caymus I Natural Gas Processing Facility in Pecos County, Texas, supported by long-term commitments with major producers in the area.    

Vaquero Midstream Successfully Commissions Plant in the Southern Delaware Basin

The recently completed construction of a tailored UOP Russell 200 MMcf/d cryogenic processing plant, located on 330 acres, allows for future expansions of 4 additional 200 MMcf/d processing trains, so Vaquero can grow processing volumes as its customers fully develop their assets and increase production. A Vaquero-owned and dedicated electrical substation with direct connect to a 138 kVA transmission line offers continuous, uninterrupted power service to the facility. The plant features oversized inlet liquids handling with condensate stabilization and storage, inlet compression to minimize field pressure, amine treating, propane refrigeration prior to cryogenic processing, and Dual Drive residue compression. As a result, the plant has the flexibility to handle the Avalon, Wolfcamp and Bone Spring shale formations for future drilling. With these features, the plant's design provides producers with the industry's highest levels in reliability, runtimes and NGL recoveries to give customers confidence that their production will get to market.

Caymus I is supplied by approximately 80 miles of a high pressure gathering pipeline system, consisting of 30" and 24" pipe connecting Pecos, Reeves, Ward and Culberson Counties to the facility and designed for volumes over 800 MMcf/d. A 16" residue header connects multiple outlets at the WAHA market including connections with Atmos, Enterprise, Northern Natural Gas and ONEOK's WestTex Transmission system connecting to the Roadrunner Gas Transmission Pipeline. These four connections will allow access to more than 12 residue gas outlets accessing California, the Midwest, Gulf Coast and Mexico. The Vaquero 12" NGL header was also commissioned with outlets connecting to Lone Star's West Texas Gateway Pipeline and Enterprise Chaparral systems.

"Situated less than 5 miles from the WAHA hub, the plant's location offers connections to multiple interstate and intrastate pipelines with built in redundancies taking advantage of the premium markets at WAHA. Producers have access to the best available markets, best in class assets and reliable service ensuring producers' ability to maximize returns from their products," said Gary E. Conway, President and CEO of Vaquero Midstream. 

About Vaquero Midstream LLC

Vaquero Midstream offers oil and gas producers a full suite of midstream solutions including gathering, treating, processing, compression, liquids handling, and transmission. The company's leadership team has experience in all facets of the midstream industry including successful construction and operations of fully integrated midstream natural gas and crude oil systems across a wide range of domestic shale basins including Barnett, Eagle Ford, Haynesville and the Permian.

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