Blue Mountain Launches Open Season for Crude, Water Gathering Systems

HOUSTON (P&GJ) — Blue Mountain Midstream today announced that its Wildcat subsidiaries have launched an open season for new crude oil and water gathering systems and services in central Oklahoma.

(source: Blue Mountain Midstream)

The initial crude oil gathering facilities will consist of approximately 50 miles of pipeline, primarily contained within the dedicated area of nine contiguous Townships in Canadian and Grady Counties to be placed into service in phases starting in the fourth quarter of 2019. 

The initial water gathering facilities will include approximately 100 miles of water pipeline spanning seven counties, with produced water directed to treatment facilities for reuse or to Wildcat- and third-party-owned disposal wells

Blue Mountain, a subsidiary of Houston-based Riviera Resources, said it has initiated construction of new crude oil and produced water gathering infrastructure serving Roan Resources.

The company said it also has executed connection agreements with Navigator SMS Pipeline that will allow Wildcat Oil Gathering to deliver gathered crude oil to Navigator’s Glass Mountain Pipeline via Navigator’s Tuttle and Union City Stations, which also are under construction.

The Open Season jointly offers crude oil and produced water services, but producers can participate in either or both at their election. Subject to the outcome of this Open Season and future producer commitments, Blue Mountain will construct pipeline segments extending to producers’ production and can expand the systems over time to connect to additional production.

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