Monday, June 24, 2019: 74 for the month; 263 for the quarter;
- 34398, SI/NC, WPX, Lion 18-19HX, Mandaree, no production data,
- 34092, 797, Oasis, Nelson 5298 13-26 9T, Banks, t1/19; cum 88K 4/19;
- 34397, SI/NC, WPX, Lion 18-19HA, Mandaree, no production data;
- 32359, 1,335, CLR, Antelope Federal 6-23H1, Elm Tree, t1/19; cum 144K 4/19;
RBN Energy: Salt Creek Midstream's integrated Permian strategy.
Permian midstream development activity has been happening at a rapid pace over the past few years, and we’ve featured many of those projects in the RBN blogosphere. One of the most aggressive players has been Salt Creek Midstream, which is in the midst of a big Permian buildout focusing on natural gas, crude oil, natural gas liquids and even produced water. Salt Creek isn’t only developing local midstream infrastructure; it’s also at work on long-haul solutions that will enable Permian producers to access markets along the Texas Gulf Coast — a wellhead-to-water strategy, you might call it. Helping Permian producers meet their needs to take away all three hydrocarbons plus produced water with integrated transport and pricing options is the key to Salt Creek’s effort. Today, we dive into the details of the company’s expansive Permian infrastructure development plan.
Salt Creek Midstream (SCM) is a joint venture formed by Ares Management and ARM Energy in mid-2017. Following an initial capital commitment from Ares, SCM soon became a minority partner in EPIC Midstream’s NGL Pipeline from the Permian to the Corpus Christi area.