North American Oil & Gas Pipelines

MAY 2018

North American Oil & Gas Pipelines covers the news shaping the business of oil and gas pipeline construction and maintenance in North America, including pipeline installation methods, integrity management innovations and managerial strategies.

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26 North American Oil & Gas Pipelines | MAY 2 018 By Travis Cram Water for Energy Amid expectations that U.S. crude oil production will continue to climb in 2018, a new pipeline project is aiming to serve energy producers in the vital Perm- ian Basin of West Texas. But the line isn't expected to transport petroleum products. Instead, it will carry water. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), production in the Permian Basin accounts for nearly 30 percent of the total U.S. production. Much of that is due to the exploration of resources within the Delaware Basin, a prolific shale formation within the Permian Basin. Production in the Delaware is requiring increased innovation to responsibly provide water for the industry. Winkler Services controls the water rights under approximately 30,000 acres of the Roark Ranch and adjacent properties, right in the heart of the Delaware Basin in Winkler County, Texas. After securing Winkler Services Joins with PSC, Garney to Build Pipeline to Serve Permian Production

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