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Natural Gas November 24, 2022 06:54:28 AM

Iron House Announced New Natural Gas Processing Plant in Anadarko Basin

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Also, the company hinted at possible future expansion depending on customer demand.
Iron House Announced New Natural Gas Processing Plant in Anadarko Basin

SEATTLE (Oil Monster): Dallas, TX- headquartered Iron Horse Midstream announced addition of new natural gas cryogenic processing plant at its Grady County, Oklahoma complex in Anadarko Basin. The proposed plant is expected to become operational in late 2023, which in turn will boost the company’s total natural gas processing capacity in the region to 425 MMcf/d.

The addition of the 200 MMcf/d plant would boost natural gas processing capacity in the South Central Oklahoma Oil Province and Sooner Trend of the Anadarko Basin and Merge plays to 425 MMcf/d. Also, the company hinted at possible future expansion depending on customer demand.

Commenting on the development, Tim Roberts, CEO, Iron Horse Midstream noted that installation of the second train is a natural and necessary growth opportunity. The expansion will help the company provide additional capacity in the core of the basin. The expansion is a testament of its continued focus on providing reliable, customized and flexible midstream solutions to its customers, he added.

Iron Horse currently operates a 225 MMcf/d cyrogenic natural gas processing plant in the 120-acre complex in the Anadarko Basin.

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