Projects

The Canyon Midstream Partners (CMP) team has a proven track record of building midstream gas systems that are dependable, delivered on time and designed to achieve the unique objectives of our customers. We offer the expertise and resources to build systems that will transport your gas to market as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Currently, our geographic focus is on regions with growth potential from increased upstream activity and new production horizons.

Pomelo Connector, LLC

Pomelo Connector, LLC was formed to develop, construct and operate 14 miles of 30-inch pipeline and a compressor station in Nueces County, Texas (the “Pomelo Connector Pipeline”). When completed, the Pomelo Connector Pipeline will provide 400,000 Dth/day of firm transportation capacity between Texas Eastern Transmission, LP (“Texas Eastern”) and an intrastate header system (the “Nueces Header”) to be constructed by [...]

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James Lake Midstream System

CMP developed the James Lake Midstream project to provide gas gathering, treating and processing services to producers in the Permian Basin. The system consists of a cryogenic gas processing plant in Ector County, TX with 110 MMcf/day of inlet capacity, approximately 90 miles of gathering trunklines and eight field compressor stations in Ector County, Andrews County, and Winkler County, TX.  The James Lake [...]

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Trinity River Midstream

In 2012, Canyon Midstream Partners (CMP) acquired a 21-mile gas gathering system and surface site in Houston and Madison counties in Texas. In response to increased producer activity in the area, CMP is upgrading the gathering system, constructing an expandable 30 MMcf/day gas processing facility to recover NGLs and installing centralized compression to achieve producers’ targeted maximum wellhead operating pressure [...]

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Past Projects

Laser Northeast Gathering Company

Canyon Midstream Partners’ senior management built the Laser Northeast Gathering System and operated the pipeline until its sale to Williams Partners in 2012. The Laser acquisition was announced as the key to Williams’ creation of the Susquehanna Supply Hub, a large natural gas gathering hub in northeastern Pennsylvania.

After an anchor contract was secured with Alta Resources, development of the project began in late 2009. Construction started in February 2011, and commercial operation began in October 2011.

The completed project encompassed 39 miles of 16” steel pipeline, with 10,000 hp of compression at the Millennium Pipeline interconnection in Broome County, NY. Initial capacity was 320 MMcf/day, and an expansion project expanded that figure to 1.4 Bcf/day.