Tall Oak II: Midcon System
Tall Oak Midstream II’s existing Midcon System spans eight Oklahoma counties (Major, Dewey, Custer, Alfalfa, Woods, Garfield, Woodward and Blaine) and includes the following assets:
- More than 650 miles of low- and high-pressure gas gathering lines,
- 60 MMscf/d of processing capacity and 10,000 bbls/d of condensate stabilization capacity at the Carmen Cryogenic Plant, and
- The Eagle Chief Gas Processing Plant, which includes a 30 MMscf/d refrigeration plant.
Tall Oak II has initiated the installation of a new, state-of-the-art 200 MMscf/d RSV cryogenic processing train at the Carmen Processing Facility to bring its total processing capacity in the STACK to 260 MMscf/d. In addition, Tall Oak II currently has two compressor stations and multiple pipelines under construction, with two additional compressor stations and an additional 150 miles of new, all-steel gathering pipelines planned for 2018. The buildout of the system will ultimately span more than nine Oklahoma counties and include more than 1,000 miles of gathering pipelines.
The Carmen plant serves expanding natural gas production in the liquids-rich NW STACK play which includes the Meramec zone, the Osage zone and portions of the Cana Woodford shale play. Compression is provided at nine existing compressor stations located throughout Woods, Major and Dewey counties.
Tall Oak III: Arkoma STACK System
Tall Oak Midstream III recently announced the startup and commissioning of the first phase of the buildout of its Arkoma STACK system gathering system. Currently the assets include approximately 90 miles of gathering lines, two compressor stations with approximately 12,000 HP of compression capacity and a liquids handling facility with over 5,000 BPD of stabilization capacity. The company expects to add an additional 150 miles of gathering lines, two additional compressor stations and begin construction on a cryogenic processing plant by the end of 2018. The gas gathering system is located in southeast Oklahoma’s Arkoma STACK play with plans to ultimately span Hughes County and portions of Okfuskee, Okmulgee, Seminole, Pontotoc, Coal, Pittsburg, Atoka and McIntosh counties.