DALLAS, March 29, 2018 – Align Midstream Partners II announced today that they have recently commissioned the first phase of their new natural gas gathering and treating system to serve producers targeting the Haynesville and Bossier Shale formations in Angelina County, TX. The system is anchored by a long term agreement and dedication with BP America Production Company and will provide much needed gathering and treating infrastructure to the growing area. When fully built out, the planned system will consist of more than 50 miles of large diameter gathering pipelines, a large treating facility, and multiple interconnects with downstream interstate pipelines in the area.
“BP is in the early stages of what we expect will be a significant, long-term investment in East Texas,” said Jamie deMahy, BP L48 Senior Vice President of Development for the East Business Unit. “New midstream infrastructure projects like this one will not only be key to our growth plans but also bring new economic development and opportunity to the region.”
“We are very excited to announce the startup of our Angelina system. This system provides producers tremendous capability and flexibility to execute upon their drilling plans,” said Fritz Brinkman, CEO Align Midstream Partners II.
About Align Midstream Partners II
Align Midstream Partners II is a Dallas-based midstream company focused on servicing producers’ needs in Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana. Align II is the second partnership for the management team and Tailwater Capital. Align Midstream Partners I was recently sold in October of 2017 to Enable Midstream. Align Midstream Partners I consisted of a 100-million cubic feet per day cryogenic natural gas processing plant in Panola, Texas, and approximately 200 miles of rich and dry natural gas gathering pipelines across Rusk, Panola and Shelby counties in Texas and DeSoto Parish in Louisiana.