Our portfolio of assets includes gathering, stabilization, treating, and processing facilities located in South Texas, Utah, Wyoming, and north-central Pennsylvania.
The Chipeta complex is well-positioned to access third-party production in the Uinta Basin. WES is the managing member and owns a 75% interest in Chipeta.
Chipeta provides NGL access via several pipelines to NGL fractionation and storage facilities in Mont Belvieu, Texas.
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The Marcellus gathering systems are well-positioned to serve dry-gas production from the Marcellus shale. WES holds a 33.75% interest in the Larry’s Creek, Seely, and Warrensville gas-gathering systems and related facilities.
Our South Texas assets include the Brasada gathering, stabilization, treating, and processing complex and the Springfield gathering system, stabilization facility, and storage. Our Springfield system, which WES operates with a 50.1% interest, processes oil and natural gas received from the Eagle Ford Shale play and delivers it to our Brasada complex.
In October 2023, WES acquired Meritage Midstream and its assets in the Powder River Basin (PRB) transforming WES into the largest G&P company in the basin. These assets include 180 MMcf/d of processing at the 50 Buttes Gas Plant, 200 MMcf/d of processing at the Steamboat Gas Plant, and 450MMcf/d of amine treating at the Buckshot Treating Plant. WES is also now the operator of the Thunder Creek NGL (TCNGL) Pipeline, which receives high-pressure NGLs at the 50 Buttes and Steamboat plants and flows through the TCNGL Pipeline system to ONEOK’s Niobrara Lateral and Elk Basin System. The Meritage Midstream assets are supported by more than 1.4 million dedicated acres from a diverse set of counterparties, with an average remaining contract life of approximately eight years. Western Midstream also operates the Hilight complex in the PRB, where we process gas from coal-bed methane in the basin and producing fields in Johnson, Campbell, Natrona, and Converse counties.
We also operate two complexes in southwest Wyoming – the Granger Complex, which processes gas from the Moxa Arch and Jonah and Pinedale Anticline fields; and Red Desert, which processes natural gas and fractionates NGLs produced in the eastern Greater Green River Basin.