A subsidiary of EnLink Midstream Partners, LP has launched a binding open season for volume commitments for common carrier transportation service on its new Greater Chickadee crude oil gathering system with origin points in Upton and Midland counties in Texas and destination points at two terminals in Midland County, Texas. The design capacity of Greater Chickadee will be determined based upon the level of interest shown by potential committed shippers during the open season. The open season will close on August 10 at 5 p.m. Central time.
“EnLink is focused on expanding our position in the Permian and offering a full range of integrated midstream services to our customers,” said Barry E. Davis, Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer of EnLink Midstream. “With Chickadee, we are leveraging and growing our existing Midland Basin crude oil assets to better serve customers looking to transport crude to major market hubs.”
The Greater Chickadee system will feature over 150 miles of high and low-pressure pipelines and is expected to be fully operational early next year. The project also includes the construction of multiple central tank batteries and pump, truck injection, and storage stations to maximize shipping and delivery options for EnLink’s customers.