SemGroup Corp. plans to build a natural gas pipeline to connect its processing complex in northern Oklahoma to the Sooner Trend of the Anadarko Basin, mostly in Canadian and Kingfisher counties, (STACK) play.
The Tulsa-based company said its Canton Pipeline project is backed by firm commitments from an investment-grade counterparty and would have an initial capacity of 200 MMcf/d. With additional compression, the pipeline could be expanded up to 400 MMcf/d to serve other producers in the area.
The 24-inch diameter pipeline would extend about 50 miles from SemGroup’s Rose Valley processing facility in Woods County to north-central Blaine County. It is expected to be in service by year-end.
“This project falls directly in line with our long-term strategic goals to achieve basin and customer diversification while optimizing our existing assets,” said Wayne Ziegler, vice president of SemGroup’s gas operations. “It significantly expands our Oklahoma asset footprint and allows us to better serve the growing gathering and processing needs within this active play.”
Also in the STACK play, SemGroup’s jointly owned Glass Mountain Pipeline LLC is constructing a 44-mile pipeline extension to deliver STACK crude to the Cushing storage complex with access to Midcontinent and Gulf Coast refineries. The extension is expected to be in service in the fourth quarter.