Eagle Ford shale set for new water gathering system

By EVX Midstream | January 21, 2020

EVX Midstream Partners LLC has initiated Phase II construction on its water gathering systems in the Eagle Ford Basin. Additionally, EVX announced it has completed a significant contractual extension with one of the Eagle Ford Basins dominant producers.

Herb Chambers, CEO of EVX said, "Phase II captures significant volume previously disposed of at competitor SWDs and represents a strategic pipeline expansion to our existing gathering systems providing EVX approximately 500 miles of gathering lines. The contract revision gives our largest customer capacity throughout the entire basin, allows for basin wide recycling opportunities, and it gives EVX the exclusive opportunity to gather their volumes for the remainder of the 10-year term,” he said, adding that the company now serves several producers in the basin and have executed long-term contracts totaling almost 1,000,000 acres of dedicated acreage.

"Over the past few years we have made significant headway in constructing what we believe is the finest and most capable water gathering system in the Eagle Ford Basin. Our control room helps us safely monitor our assets further ensuring we are responsibly and efficiently disposing of produced water and it will facilitate our future recycling and reuse efforts. We've continued to grow EVX in a responsible way and are excited about our Responsible Energy Development Pledge and the positive effects we believe it creates."

EVX’s water assets include 26 SWDs, 82 truck bays and more than 600,000 bwpd of permitted disposal capacity. The company also owns and operates two major crude oil gathering systems, including the Maverick Crude facility and the Hacksaw Crude facility.