This project involved designing and constructing a new gathering system in southern New Mexico along the Texas-New Mexico border to connect the Chevron Hayhurst acreage into a newly constructed pipeline extension. This extension reached from the Stateline Pipeline to a new origination station – dubbed the Hayhurst Station – along the state border. The new gathering system was essential for master-planned areas throughout the New Mexico and Texas Hayhurst field.
The gathering system contains a variety of pipelines – including laterals, as well as pumps, a meter skid, sumps, launchers, receivers, SCADA and associated electrical systems, MCC buildings, and all associated appurtenances to meet a target system delivery rate of 2,300 barrels per hour. Ross Group Engineering provided full engineering for the injection stations and gathering system piping, including P&IDs, piping, foundations, civil grading, electrical/instrumentation, and pipeline hydraulics. Ross Group Engineering also assisted with permitting the new system, which was designed to accommodate future expansion per the master plan.