Cogent Midstream to expand natural gas processing capacity

October 3, 2018 By    

Cogent Midstream will expand its natural gas processing capacity in the lower Midland Basin of West Texas, the company says.

Cogent will construct a new refrigerated cryogenic processing plant at the same location as its current Big Lake Plant in Reagan County, Texas. The Big Lake II Plant will have the capacity to process an additional 200 million cu. ft. per day (MMcf/d) and will serve growing natural gas production from the Wolfcamp formation.

The Big Lake II Plant is expected to come into service in the fourth quarter of 2019 and will bring Cogent’s total processing capacity to about 510 MMcf/d. The high-efficiency UOP Russell plant is capable of high recovery rates for natural gas liquids, including ethane and propane.

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