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Midstream investment in Delaware continues (October 2017)

Midstream investment is rising alongside Permian Basin oil and gas production, particularly in the Delaware Basin. Growth challenges midstream companies such as Brazos Midstream Holdings LLC to stay a step ahead and add infrastructure, said Brad Iles, chief executive officer. (Read PDF | View Online)

Brazos’ Midstream Strategy
Includes Compression (September 2017)

Fort Worth-based Brazos Midstream isn’t your typical midstream company. Actually, in today’s energy industry there is no typical midstream company. Few, if any, are identical, and their mixture of assets can change almost daily, depending on business conditions and the management team’s strategy. (Read PDF)

The CFO’s Dilemma
Midstream Business (July/August 2017)

Capital may never have been cheaper or easier to find. That’s the good news for midstream executives focused on growth prospects for an expanding and changing energy sector. But wait a minute: Oil prices—-sagging under $50 once again—-still hover on the low end of the scale and brimming storage threatens to pitch those prices over the cliff again. (Read PDF)

Fort Worth Company Puts Focus on Delaware Basin
Fort Worth Business Press (July 2017)

Even with the departure of many workers from XTO Energy, Fort Worth remains an energy powerhouse. But most companies here focus on exploration and production, not midstream. That’s not the case with Brazos Midstream Holdings LLC, a midstream company that has its sights on crude oil gathering, natural gas gathering and processing, compression, treating, water and condensate handling and stabilization. (Read PDF | View Online)

Building Up in the Delaware Basin
Oil and Gas Investor (June 2017)

As the pace of drilling continues to gather speed in the Delaware Basin, attendees of the recent Midstream Texas conference hosted by Hart Energy heard three private equity-backed midstream players discuss their plans to expand capacity and work around potential bottlenecks. (Read PDF)

Delaware Basin Buyers Club
Oil and Gas Investor (May 2017)

A multibillion-dollar flurry of consolidation swept across the remote Delaware Basin last year, putting much of the acreage in the hands of longer-term developers. Now, on the cusp of full-out development, how do buyers plan to take it to the next level? (Read PDF)

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