(PLN) – Salt Creek Midstream’s SCM Crude subsidiary has launched a binding open season to solicit binding commitments for priority crude oil interstate gathering and transportation service on its proposed Delaware Basin gathering and transportation system.
The crude oil-gathering and transportation project will be constructed and operated by SCM across multiple segments spanning from various tank battery receipt points in Eddy and Lea Counties, New Mexico, to SCM’s Wink Terminal and Orla Terminal, with interconnects to certain takeaway pipelines, including pipelines with direct, long-haul transportation to the Midland, and the Corpus Christi, Texas, areas.
This open season provides an opportunity for shippers to demonstrate support for the Project by making acreage dedications for priority service, thereby becoming priority shippers for the term of their crude oil gathering agreements. The final volume of capacity of the Project will be determined by SCM, in part based on the results of this open season.
The binding open season ends at 5 p.m. CDT on Aug. 31, SCM said.