Diversified oilfield waste disposal company Trinity Environmental Services announced on Friday that Trinity Acquisition LLC has acquired substantially all assets and operations of oilfield waste disposal company CCNG Energy Partners LP.
CCNG Energy Partners assets are located throughout Texas and New Mexico and include 27 saltwater disposal facilities and two non-hazardous E&P waste facilities located primarily in the Permian Basin and Eagle Ford Shale.
CCNG Energy Partners has assets located throughout Texas and New Mexico.
The assets, which were acquired out of CCNG Energy Partners' Chapter 11 bankruptcy, include 27 saltwater disposal facilities and two non-hazardous E/P waste facilities located primarily in the Permian Basin and Eagle Ford Shale.
The CCNG is pumped to high pressure with a cryogenic natural-gas pump and then vaporized via heat exchangers into high-pressure compressed natural gas.
"Instead of relying on complex chemistry like water-based fracturing does, VRGE relies primarily on mechanical processes such as CCNG production (compression and refrigeration), cryogenic pumping, slurry blending and pumping, and fluid phase shifts," said Jeremy Dockter, co-founder and managing director for Expansion Energy.
The Transco assets are comprised of approximately 500 miles of 24- and 26-inch pipeline from Hidalgo County in the south across the company's CCNG
and Gulf Coast systems to Wharton County in the north and west to McMullen County.
The acquired pipeline provides Crosstex with access to markets into Florida Gas Transmission at the MOPS Delivery Point, Zone 1, from Crosstex's existing CCNG
and Gulf Coast Systems, including connections to a new supply point at file ConocoPhillips Lobo Pipeline at Agua Dulce.