Apache, Salt Creek Midstream to Build New NGL Header System

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Apache Midstream, a subsidiary of Apache Corporation, and Salt Creek Midstream, an affiliate of ARM Energy, are developing SCM Alpine, a 445,000 bpd header system consisting of two pipeline segments originating at the companies’ processing facilities in Reeves County, Texas that will transport NGLs to Waha, Texas, where the system will interconnect to downstream pipelines providing access to Mont Belvieu and Corpus Christi fractionation facilities.

According to the companies, construction is underway, and the system is expected to be placed in service during Q1 2019. In addition, Apache Midstream has signed an option to acquire a 50% stake in the $100 million project, which is supported by 10-year commitments from both Salt Creek and Apache.

ARM Midstream, an affiliate of ARM Energy, will build, manage and operate the system.

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