Blue Mountain Announces Execution of Midstream Water Services Agreement With Roan
Blue Mountain plans to construct the facilities in and around its existing asset footprint in the core of the Merge and SCOOP plays. The initial water system is anticipated to consist of approximately 100 miles of produced and recycled water pipelines and is interconnected to a water treatment facility with up to 30,000 barrels per day of recycling capability. Blue Mountain is constructing and operating the system and expects to begin servicing Roan’s drilling operations in the second quarter of 2019.
Total capital expenditures for this initial water gathering system and facilities are estimated at approximately
With the addition of water management, Blue Mountain is enhancing its suite of midstream services to better serve its anchor customer Roan and looks to meet the operational needs of other nearby producers. Mr. Harper added, “Product and customer diversification is another step in Blue Mountain’s plan for establishing a premier midstream company focused in the Merge/SCOOP/STACK.”
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