Projects

Agua Blanca

Agua Blanca is a Joint Venture with WhiteWater and MPLX. Delaware Basin intrastate natural gas pipeline servicing portions of Culberson, Loving, Pecos, Reeves, Ward and Winkler counties. The system consists of ~200+ miles of large diameter pipelines with a system capacity of ~3.0 bcf/d. Pipeline has multiple deliveries in Waha. For inquiries regarding pipeline services and subscriptions, contact ab@wwm-llc.com

Agua Blanca is financed by First Infrastructure Capital.

Whistler Pipeline

Whistler is a Joint Venture with WhiteWater, MPLX, WTG and Stonepeak. Whistler pipeline is approximately 450-mile, 42-inch intrastate pipeline (Whistler Mainline) to transport natural gas from an interconnect with the Waha Header near Coyanosa, TX in the Permian Basin to a terminus near Agua Dulce, TX, providing direct access to South Texas markets and consumers. An approximate 50 mile 36-inch lateral will provide connectivity in for gas processors in the Midland Basin. The pipeline will have an initial transportation capacity of 2,000,000 MMBtu/day. For inquiries regarding pipeline services and subscriptions, contact whistler@wwm-llc.com

Whistler is financed by First Infrastructure Capital and Ridgemont Equity Partners

BANGL Pipeline

BANGL is a Joint Venture with WhiteWater and MPLX. Belvieu Alternative NGL Pipeline is a 600-mile natural gas liquids line that transports product from the Delaware and Midland Basins to the fractionation market in Old Ocean, Texas. Pipeline will have original transport capacity of 125,000 bpd expandable to 350,000 bpd. For inquiries regarding pipeline services and subscriptions, contact bangl@wwm-llc.com

BANGL is financed by Ridgemont Equity Partners, Denham Capital Management, and Ontario Power Generation.

Waha Gas Storage

WhiteWater’s Waha Gas Storage facilities are underground salt caverns located in Pecos County, Texas, immediately adjacent to the Agua Blanca header system. The Waha Gas Storage facilities will be connected to Agua Blanca’s Waha header system and natural gas may be physically received from or delivered to the interconnecting facilities on the header. With six existing caverns and five additional permitted caverns, the facilities can provide approximately 10 Bcf of storage capacity once fully developed.