Western Midstream sanctions new cryogenic plant in Texas


Western Midstream Partners has sanctioned a cryogenic processing plant in the North Loving area of its West Texas complex.

The midstream services provider has said the plant will have a capacity of 250 million cubic feet per day and will be operational in the fourth quarter of 2024.

News of the plant is the result of Occidental Petroleum’s recently amended natural gas processing agreement to provide up to 300 million cubic feet per day of additional processing capacity underpinned its decision for an additional plant.

Michael Ure, President and CEO of Western Midstream Partners, said the amendment provides greater certainty for Western Midstream Partners future profitability and underpins its decision to sanction an additional plant.

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