Gathering Systems

Howard Energy Partners owns and operates natural gas and crude oil gathering systems across Texas serving the Eagle Ford Shale, Delaware Basin and Midland Basin producing regions. Additionally, the company has natural gas gathering assets in northern Pennsylvania, serving the Marcellus Shale region. 

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South Texas Gathering Assets

South Texas Gathering Assets

HEP’s South Texas gathering assets include three natural gas gathering systems that service lean and rich natural gas production from the Eagle Ford Shale and other formations in South Texas under predominantly long-term, fee based gas gathering agreements.

EFG system, Webb County, Texas
Approximately 216 miles of pipeline and approximately 1.0 Bcf/d of throughput capacity

CCG system, Webb County, Texas
Approximately 65 miles of pipeline and approximately 200 MMcf/d of throughput capacity

MD-ZG system, Maverick, Dimmit, Zavala and Frio Counties, Texas
Approximately 354 miles of pipeline and approximately 250 MMcf/d of throughput capacity. Our MD-ZG system also transports lean natural gas that is delivered via third parties to residential and industrial markets along the border between the United States and Mexico.

Northeast Gathering Assets

Northeast Gathering Assets

HEP’s northeast gathering assets service lean gas production from the Marcellus Shale and other formations in northeastern Pennsylvania under long-term, fee-based gas gathering agreements. 

Greenzweig system, Bradford County, Pennsylvania
Approximately 89 miles of pipeline and approximately 500 MMcf/d of throughput capacity

Lycoming system, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania
Approximately 14 miles of pipeline and approximately 100 MMcf/d of throughput capacity. 

Tioga Gathering System, Tioga County, Pennsylvania
Currently under construction, the Tioga System once fully developed will contain approximately 45 miles of gathering lines that will gather natural gas for delivery into a major interstate transportation pipeline. Phase 1 of construction is complete and in service, and the remaining phases of the project are expected to be placed into service through 2019. 

West Texas Gathering Assets

West Texas Gathering Assets

HEP’s West Texas gathering assets are located in Reeves County, TX and Eddy County, NM and include natural gas and crude oil gathering, serving the prolific Delaware Basin region. These assets are part of a JV with WPX Energy, called Catalyst Midstream. 

  • Approximately 23.7 miles of high pressure, rich gas pipeline and approximately 800 MMscfd of throughput capacity
  • Approximately 80 miles of crude oil gathering pipelines at full build-out and approximately 50,000 BPD of capacity