DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oilfield Water Logistics, LLC, operating through its subsidiaries (collectively, “OWL”), has completed and opened the Red Hills Produced Water Transportation Pipeline in New Mexico. The 30-mile, 16” fiberglass pipeline is capable of carrying over 150,000 barrels of water per day across the Delaware Basin in Lea County. Chevron and other major operators in the region have each contracted with OWL to dispose of produced water volumes in the pipeline, with the goal to move their produced water across the basin at the lowest possible cost.
“OWL’s core Red Hills water pipeline is two years in the making,” says Chris Cooper, CEO, “and we would like to thank Chevron and our other industry friends for helping make this happen. At OWL we are fully committed to our long-term vision of developing high-capacity midstream water infrastructure to maximize efficiencies and minimize costs for our E&P customers, and the Red Hills system is a prime example.”
OWL is continuing to develop produced water gathering and disposal infrastructure along the Red Hills pipeline in New Mexico and across the border in Texas. With a seasoned team exclusively focused on water infrastructure and management, and strong capital partners including Natural Gas Partners (NGP), NGP Energy Technology Partners, Pearl Energy Investments, the Mark Cuban Companies and Robert S. Hart, OWL is an established leader in the oilfield water industry capable of handling projects of any scale.
Oilfield Water Logistics, LLC (OWL) provides midstream water infrastructure and services to the energy industry including gathering, transportation, treatment and disposal. OWL is active in Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah and Wyoming, with regional offices in Midland, Denver and Dallas. OWL currently operates 25 saltwater disposal wells and facilities with over 100 miles of water pipeline, and has over 700,000 acres of surface use agreements to develop water gathering infrastructure in the Permian Basin. Through its partnership with NGP and others, OWL is continuing to seek water infrastructure acquisition and development opportunities, providing liquidity and reducing capex and overhead for customers. www.OilfieldWaterLogistics.com