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Prior Projects

Strength in Numbers

When you consider that more than 200 years of combined experience in all sectors of the energy industry goes into each and every phase of our projects, Frontier's successful track record really comes as no surprise. Our experienced team puts its full focus on strategic planning, utilizing innovative technologies, providing flexible product solutions and using sound judgement to deliver turnkey services for projects of any size.

Over the years, Frontier's management team has been directly responsible for:

  • The operation of approximately 1.3 BCF/d of gathering and processing capacity.
  • 415 MMCF/d of natural gas treating capability.
  • More than 4,000 miles of crude oil and natural gas gathering and transmission pipeline facilities.
  • More than $800 million of capital investment into the midstream industry.

And, we've done it while maintaining our focus on safety, integrity, and high quality, competitively-priced services for our customers that create lasting value for our investors. Those are the kinds of numbers that keep our customers coming back, project after project.

  1. Low pressure gathering, central compression facilities, 3 miles of 8" high pressure pipeline with capacity of 60 MMCF/d. Provided low pressure gathering for gas produced from the Fayetteville Shale in White County, Arkansas.
  2. 14 miles of low pressure gathering lines, central compression, dehydration and amine treatment facilities and 6 miles of 10" high pressure pipeline with current compression capacity of 32 MMCF/d, expandable to more than 70 MMCF/d. Provided low pressure gathering, dehydration and CO2 treating for gas produced from the Fayetteville Shale in Faulkner County, Arkansas.
  3. 20 miles of low pressure gathering lines, central compression, dehydration and amine treatment facilities and 7 miles of 10" high pressure pipeline with an overall capacity of 60 MMCF/d. Provided low pressure gathering and CO2 treating for gas produced from the Fayetteville Shale in Faulkner County, Arkansas.
  4. Low pressure gathering lines, central compression, dehydration and amine treatment facilities and 5 miles of 8" high pressure pipeline with a capacity of 50 MMCF/d. Provided low pressure gathering and CO2 treating for gas produced from the Fayetteville Shale in Conway County, Arkansas.
  5. 16 miles of 10" high pressure pipeline with capacity of 100 MMCF/d. Provided low pressure gathering service for gas produced from the Fayetteville Shale in Van Buren County, Arkansas.
  6. 150 MMCF/d natural gas treating facility providing for the removal of CO2 from natural gas produced by BP in the Red Oak Field in Latimer County, Oklahoma.
  1. 45 MMCF/d cryogenic processing plant with more than 1,600 miles of low pressure gathering system and more than 12,000 HP of compression located in Logan, Major, Garfield, Noble, Payne, and Kingfisher Counties, Oklahoma.
  2. 100 MMCF/d cryogenic processing plant with more than 700 miles of low pressure gathering system and more than 16,000 HP of compression located in Beaver, Harper, and Ellis Counties, Oklahoma.
  3. 210 MMCF/d cryogenic processing plant with more than 13,000 HP of compression located near Lake Charles, Louisiana.
  4. 30 MMCf/d natural gas processing facility with more than 350 miles of low pressure gathering system and 3,900 HP of compression located in Shackelford, Throckmorton, Young, Stephens, and Callahan Counties, Texas.
  5. 10 MMCF/d natural gas processing facility with more than 500 miles of low pressure gathering system and 2,500 HP of compression located in a multi-county area of Texas, including Fisher and Jones Counties.
  6. 50 MMCF/d natural gas gathering system with more than 20 miles of low and high pressure pipeline located in Midland County, Texas.
  7. 30 MMCF/d cryogenic natural gas processing facility with approximately 30 miles of low pressure gathering system and 5,000 HP of compression. The system gathered and processed gas producing from the Granite Wash play in Wheeler County, Texas.
  1. 36 MMCF/d capacity cryogenic processing plant supplied by 9 miles of 6" and 8" steel pipe gathering system. Natural gas liquids transported through 17 miles of 4" NGL pipeline into Mid-America Pipeline for redelivery to Mont Belvieu. Located in Roberts County, Texas with production from the Granite Wash formation.
  2. Two cryogenic natural gas processing plants and natural gas treating facilities with total capacity of more than 110 MMCF/d and more than 700 miles of low pressure gathering system. The facilities had in excess of 38,000 HP of compression and are located in Eddy and Lea Counties, New Mexico.
  3. Frontier's management team designed, installed, and operated what is known as the Bighorn Gas Gathering System. The Bighorn System consisted of approximately 150 miles of gathering facilities with an initial design capacity of more than 250 MMCF/d. The system included more than 55 compressors at 29 compressor stations with an aggregate 40,000 HP. The Bighorn System had 850,000 acres dedicated to it pursuant to long-term contracts. The system is located in Campbell and Sheridan Counties, Wyoming.
  4. In addition to Bighorn, Frontier's management team was the managing partner of the Fort Union Gathering System Partnership. The Fort Union System consisted of more than 100 miles of 24" pipeline and was designed to transport more than 500 MMCF/d. The system is located in Converse County, Wyoming.