San Mateo’s assets are positioned in strategic locations in Eddy County, New Mexico and Loving County, Texas.

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Services Provided

  • Natural Gas Gathering
  • Natural Gas Processing
  • Water Gathering
  • Water Disposal
  • Oil Gathering and Transportation
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Gas Services. San Mateo’s natural gas processing complex in Eddy County, New Mexico, referred to as the Black River Processing Plant, consists of three interconnected processing plants with a total designed processing capacity of 460 MMcf of natural gas per day. In addition, San Mateo provides natural gas gathering services through approximately 140 miles of natural gas gathering pipelines in Eddy County, New Mexico and Loving County, Texas, including two large-diameter natural gas gathering lines (one from northern Eddy County, New Mexico and the other from southern Eddy County, New Mexico) to the Black River Processing Plant.

Water Services. San Mateo’s produced water system in Eddy County, New Mexico includes ten saltwater disposal wells with a designed disposal capacity of 260,000 Bbls of water per day and approximately 85 miles of produced water gathering pipelines. In Loving County, Texas, San Mateo’s produced water system includes three saltwater disposal wells with a designed disposal capacity of 75,000 Bbls of water per day and approximately 20 miles of produced water gathering pipelines. The integrated water systems provide San Mateo a layer of redundancy by enabling water to flow to any of the interconnected saltwater disposal wells.

Oil Services. San Mateo’s oil system consists of three central delivery points (CDPs) with over 100,000 barrels of designed oil throughput capacity and approximately 90 miles of oil and gathering and transportation pipelines in Eddy County, New Mexico and Loving County, Texas, including approximately 65 miles of FERC regulated pipeline in Eddy County, New Mexico. San Mateo’s oil system connects to long-haul transportation that provides producers with the ability to transport their barrels from wellhead/tank battery to Midland, Texas.

For the San Mateo Black River Oil Pipeline, LLC Local Tariff containing Rates, click here.

For the San Mateo Black River Oil Pipeline, LLC Local Tariff containing Rules and Regulations, click here.

For the San Mateo Black River Oil Pipeline, LLC Local Tariff containing Rates filed May 31, 2024 and effective July 1, 2024, click here.