February 2020, Vol. 247, No. 2

Features

Tumbleweed Midstream Acquires Ladder Creek Helium Plant, System

Newly established Tumbleweed Midstream announced it has acquired the Ladder Creek Helium Plant and its associated 730-mile (1,175-km) gathering and distribution pipeline systems from DCP Midstream.  The plant, which separates helium from the natural gas stream and liquefies it for transport, serves producers operating in the Morrow, Mississippian, Spergen, Chester and Marmaton formations of eastern Colorado and western Kansas, where natural gas has average helium concentrations as high as 3%.  Current processing capacity at the Ladder Creek cryogenic processing plant is 40 MMcf/d (1.13 million cubic meters) of natural gas, expandable to 50 MMcf/d

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