Our assets are located in West Texas, in the core of the Midland Basin, one of the world’s most productive and economic unconventional hydrocarbon resource plays. We own and operate almost 1,500 miles of rich natural gas gathering pipelines, 660 MMcf/d of nameplate cryogenic natural gas processing capacity and approximately 210,000 horsepower of field compression. Our operations consist of high-pressure and low-pressure gathering pipelines, field compression, carbon
dioxide and nitrogen treating, condensate stabilization and cryogenic processing facilities.
Our gathering system serves producers in Midland, Martin, Howard, Glasscock, Upton and Reagan Counties. Our network of gathering pipelines is connected by a 20-inch, high-pressure trunkline that was placed in service between 2015 and 2017. In 2016, we completed a 16-inch, high pressure pipeline which connects to our 20-inch trunkline and serves Howard and Martin Counties. In May 2019, we completed a 20-inch, high-pressure lateral which gathers gas from southwest Glasscock and northwest Reagan counties. In the first half of 2020, we placed in service the Howard County Express pipeline, a 24-inch, high-pressure pipeline serving eastern Martin and Howard Counties and connects these areas directly to our processing complex.
Our Midland Basin Processing Complex has 660 MMcf/d of nameplate processing capacity located at three plant sites. Our first new plant was Newberry Train 1 which was commissioned in March 2017. It is a 60 MMcf/d RSV cryogenic facility. Newberry Train 2 was placed in service in April 2018 and is a 200 MMcf/d GSP cryogenic facility. In June 2019, we commissioned the Taylor plant, a 200 MMcf/d GSP cryogenic processing plant. In the June 2020, we commissioned our fourth processing plant, the Trident plant, which is a 200 MMcf/d RSV cryogenic processing plant. These plants provide all of the processing capacity for the gas gathered by Navitas in the Midland Basin.