San Mateo’s processing complex is currently comprised of a 60 MMcf per day processing plant, which became operational in August 2016, and a 200 MMcf per day processing plant, which became operational in April 2018, for a total processing capacity of 260 MMcf per day. The processing complex is supported by over 40 miles of gas gathering pipelines, primarily 20” and 12” diameter pipes, in Eddy County, NM. Also, San Mateo provides gas gathering services through its pipeline network of over 15 miles in Loving County, TX.
In Eddy County, NM, San Mateo’s saltwater system has over 30 miles of water gathering pipelines and six saltwater disposal wells, capable of injecting approximately 170,000 Bbl per day. In addition, San Mateo has over 15 miles of water gathering pipelines and three disposal wells, capable of disposing approximately 75,000 Bbl per day, in Loving County, TX. The integrated water systems provide San Mateo a layer of redundancy by enabling water to flow to any of the interconnected saltwater disposal wells.
San Mateo’s oil gathering systems consist of over 25 miles of oil gathering in Eddy County, NM and over 15 miles of oil gathering in Loving County, TX. The newly built systems include 60,000 barrels of operational storage combined and provide shippers with the ability to transport their barrels from wellhead/tank battery to Midland.