Private equity-backed Tatanka Midstream LLC, a new independent midstream company based in San Antonio, TX, is seeking to acquire and build assets across the North American energy market.
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An Energy Transfer Partners (ETP) LP natural gas pipeline in South Texas ruptured and caught fire late Sunday, prompting the evacuation of seven homes about 86 miles southeast of San Antonio.
Calumet Specialty Products Partners LP unit Calumet San Antonio Refining LLC has contracted with TexStar Midstream Logistics LP for TexStar to construct, own and operate a 30,000 b/d crude oil pipeline system to carry Eagle Ford crude oil to Calumet’s San Antonio, TX, refinery.
Calfrac Well Services Ltd.has agreed to acquire all of the operating assets ofMission Well Services LLC, a privately-held hydraulic fracturing and coiled tubing services provider focused on the Eagle Ford Shale, for $147 million. Calfrac will acquire 157,500 hp of conventional pumping equipment, along with high-rate blenders, related sand-handling and auxiliary equipment, three deep-capacity coiled tubing units with related fluid and nitrogen pumping units and a modern district facility in San Antonio. Calfrac will gain a foothold in the Texas market with the addition of locations in Houston, San Antonio and Fairfield. The company is assuming certain commitments with key suppliers of Mission and will be offering employment to a significant portion of Mission’s employees. Calfrac intends to transfer a portion of the assets to other active operating areas in the United States. With the acquired assets, Calfrac will have more than 1.18 million hp of conventional pumping capacity.
Rangeland Energy is buying land near Loving, NM, where it plans to develop a large terminal facility to handle crude oil, frack sand, pipe and other products; plans for a crude oil pipeline to the terminal also are in the works, the company said Monday.
In an operations update Monday, San Antonio, TX-based Abraxas Petroleum Corp. said a recent Eagle Ford Shale well turned in solid initial performance. The company’s third well in the WyCross area has outperformed a previous top performer.
San Antonio-based Abraxas Petroleum Corp. is finalizing talks to sell its 25% working interest in the Nordheim Project in the Eagle Ford Shale to an institutional buyer for about $20 million, the company said Monday.
NuStar Logistics LP, an affiliate of NuStar Energy LP, is holding a binding open season for firm priority space to transport crude petroleum from the Niobrara Shale near Platteville and Watkins, CO, to Wichita Falls, TX.
San Antonio-based Howard Energy Partners said Thursday it will acquire the Eagle Ford Escondido Gathering System, which is partially owned by Laredo Energy, and the Cuervo Creek Gathering System from Meritage Midstream Services. Both systems are primarily 12- 16-inch diameter high-pressure gas pipelines. The transaction is expected to close in April.
San Antonio’s CPS Energy, the country’s largest municipally owned natural gas and power utility, will announce this week that it is buying the Rio Nogales 800 MW gas-fired power plant in Seguin, TX, a spokesperson told NGI.