With 33 processing and treating facilities and 3,274 miles of pipeline, our assets are located in the heart of the Delaware Basin, one of the most active basins in the U.S.
Our DBM oil system features three central production facilities and two Regional Oil Treating Facilities (ROTFs), which centralizes stabilization activities and reduces our environmental footprint. Read more about our ROTFs on our COSF/ROTF page.
WES provides gas gathering, treating, and processing services throughout the Delaware Basin in Culberson, Loving, Reeves, and Ward counties in Texas, and Eddy and Lea counties in New Mexico.
Western Midstream operates two gas processing plants and has over 1.3 BCF of processing capacity.
WES has significant produced-water takeaway capacity through our DBM water systems, which gather and dispose produced water via subsurface injection wells in Loving, Reeves, and Ward counties in Texas, or offload to third-party service providers.
Western Midstream operates more than 35 water disposal wells and has 1.3 million barrels of water capacity.