Nuevo Midstream has completed the processing capacity expansion of Ramsey system in the Delaware basin, near Orla, Texas.
The company has added new 200 MMcf/d Ramsey III cryogenic processing plant to its Ramsey processing facility in Reeves county, bringing firm’s total cryogenic processing capacity to around 300 MMcf/d.
In addition, the Ramsey system comprises amine treating capacity of 1,800 gpm, around 270 miles of low and high-pressure gathering lines, four field compressor stations and interconnections into the El Paso Natural Gas and DCP Sandhills pipelines.
Nuevo is engineering its next two plant expansions, the Ramsey IV and Ramsey V plants, based on customer demand for additional processing and treating capacity to support their significant growth plans.
Ramsey IV plant expansion will comprise an additional 200 MMcf/d cryogenic processing plant and a new 1,000 gpm amine plant, while the Ramsey V will include an additional 400 MMcf/d cryogenic processing plant and an additional 1,000 gpm amine treating plant.
Nuevo Midstream president and CEO Jay Lendrum said, "When we formed Nuevo three years ago, our goal was to be the best and most-respected midstream company in the Permian Basin."