Oklahoma City-based Enable Midstream Partners is planning to build a natural gas pipeline to transport resources from the STACK and SCOOP, according to a report in The Oklahoman.
The pipeline, dubbed Project Wildcat, will move 400 million cubic feet of natural gas daily through Canadian, Grady, McClain and Garvin counties and continue through southern Oklahoma to a north Texas facility. It should be operational during the second quarter of 2018.
“These projects are both cost effective and timely solutions that Enable is uniquely positioned to provide for our customers,” said Rod Sailor, Enable’s CEO, during a conference call. “With the critical market access and additional processing capacity from these projects, Enable and our customers are well positioned for future growth.”
Enable recently announced that it recorded a profit of $120 million, sparking a strong performance during the first quarter of 2017.