A Midstream Company
Like No Other

At Navitas, we are building a different kind of midstream oil and gas company. We are focused on excellent customer service, real-time communication and reliability of our pipelines, gathering systems and gas processing plants, which serve both crude oil and natural gas producers.

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Our Story

Navitas provides a full slate of midstream oil and gas services including gathering, treating (dehydration, carbon dioxide and nitrogen), gas processing, and pipeline transportation of natural gas, natural gas liquids, condensate and crude oil. Our founding partners have executed more than $10 billion in capital projects and over $2 billion in acquisitions. Our team’s experience, track record and relationships enable us to develop an enduring, durable business strategy. Backed by the financial scale and scope of Warburg Pincus, a global private equity firm, we are able to execute on small and large midstream projects and offer producers with a significant speed-to- market advantage.

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Our Operations

Our existing 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. 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 Crane Gathering System serves producers in Upton and Midland Counties and our Spraberry Gathering System serves producers in Glasscock, Martin and Midland counties. Our Crane and Spraberry gathering systems are connected by a new, 20-inch high-pressure Midland Crossover pipeline that was placed in service in February 2017. In 2016, we placed our Howard County Gathering System in service which is connected to our Spraberry Gathering System through a 16-inch high-pressure pipeline. The Howard County Gathering System serves both Howard and Martin Counties.

Our existing assets comprise over 1,600 miles of rich natural gas gathering pipelines, 325 MMcf/d of cryogenic natural gas processing capacity and 82,000 horsepower of field compression. We have begun construction of a new processing plant in Glasscock County near our Newberry processing complex. The Glasscock County Plant will be a 200 MMcf/d cryogenic processing plant. When completed in the second quarter of 2019, Navitas will have a combined processing capacity of 525 MMcf/d in the heart of the prolific Midland Basin.

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Our Leadership

At Navitas, leadership is a critical component to our success.  Each member of our leadership team brings an expertise, not only in their field of training, but across several different disciplines within the oil and gas industry.  Our leaders work side by side with employees to create an inclusive environment while executing on our goals.

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