August 2022, Vol. 249, No. 8


Permian Basin Midstream Expands to Deliver More Gas to the World

By Jeff Awalt, Executive Editor (P&GJ) — The world needs more natural gas, and the Permian Basin is gearing up to deliver it with a flurry of midstream projects that will expand gathering and processing infrastructure and add an expected 6 Bcf/d of pipeline takeaway capacity within the next two years. Pipeline capacity additions have debottlenecked crude oil, natural gas and natural gas liquids (NGL) egress from the basin, with oil pipelines still underutilized after a multi-year building spree that concluded just as the global COVID-19 lockdown crushed demand.    A recent upbeat note on the 600,000-bpd Epic Crude Oil Pipeline, completed in 20

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