The Midland Basin Processing Complex comprises of Spraberry, Newberry and Taylor Processing Plants and is located southeast of Midland, Texas, near the Midland-Glasscock county line. We currently can process and treat 525 MMcf/d of rich natural gas with multiple tailgate residue and natural gas liquid interconnections. The Spraberry plant has two cryogenic trains capable of processing 65 MMcf/d with inlet carbon dioxide treating capability for enhanced reliability and condensate stabilization. Located within a mile of the Spraberry plant is Navitas’ Newberry and Taylor processing plants. The Newberry plant is a cryogenic processing facility with two trains. Train 1 is a 60 MMcf/d RSV cryogenic plant with inlet carbon dioxide treating which is due to be completed in September 2019. Completed in April 2018, Train 2 is a 200 MMcf/d cryogenic plant with inlet carbon dioxide treating capabilities. The combined Newberry complex has nitrogen rejection capabilities through a nitrogen rejection unit. In May 2019, we commissioned our Taylor processing plant which is a cryogenic processing facility with one train. Taylor also has inlet carbon dioxide treating and a nitrogen rejection unit.
The Midland Basin Processing Complex has unprecedented interconnects providing several downstream market alternatives for both natural gas and natural gas liquids. Residue interconnects include Atmos Energy, El Paso Natural Gas, Enterprise North Texas Pipeline, Northern Natural Gas, Oneok WesTex Pipeline and in late 2019 an interconnect with Gulf Coast Express. NGL interconnects include the Chevron Phillips’ Chemical EZ Pipeline, DCP Midstream’s Sand Hills Pipeline and Oneok Hydrocarbon’s West Texas LPG Pipeline.
13701 E County Rd 230 | Midland, TX 79706 | (432) 219-3010