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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.

Crude Oil Gathering System
Culberson County, Texas and Eddy County, New Mexico