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Current Projects

Bluebird Pipeline Company's Cowboy Pipeline System, Ward County, Texas

Located in the heart of the Phantom (Wolfberry) Field of West Texas' Ward County, this 6, 4, and 3 inch pipeline system is being constructed to gather and transport natural gas production from one of the Bluebird's biggest producers. When completed, the system will gather production from 4 sections of land and consist of 4,500 feet of 4 inch and over 10,000 feet of 6 inch polyethylene gathering pipeline. The system will also include 1,500 feet of 3 inch steel discharge pipe with compression facilities. Easily expandable, this brand new system is being constructed through the mature and highly congested pipeline corridor area of Ward County, Texas under budget and on time.

Flying Pig Pipeline Company's Hot Link Pipeline System, Independent County, Arkansas

Flying Pig Pipeline Company's Hot Link Pipeline System was recently expanded to connect new natural gas production in Arkansas' Fayetteville Shale Play. The newly constructed 2 mile, 16 inch polythylene pipe system provides low pressure gathering and redelivery to high pressure markets through an existing compressor station. Snaking through the hills of central Arkansas, this system provides producers a field pressure of 60 psig and transports the gas to an existing 3 stage central compressor station that increases the pressure to 800 psig for delivery to market.

Peregrine Pipeline Company's Dalton Pipeline, Tarrant County, Texas

Recently Peregrine constructed 10,700 feet of 12 inch steel pipe within the busy city streets of Mansfield, Texas. Located in the fairway area of the Barnett Shale Play in Tarrant County, this Raptor System pipeline extension enabled Peregrine to expand its 7.5 mile, 12 inch gathering system line across two major highways and through an industrial park in town. Once again, Peregrine is providing a low pressure gathering system for on-system producers, taking the gas through an existing central compression facility and increasing the pressure for delivery into a transportation pipeline to market.