4AM Midstream has 256 miles of 6" through 16" flow lines that transport natural gas from White Star Petroleum well sites to the Mulhall and Perry plays in Oklahoma. The system transports a maximum of 60 MMCFD at Mulhall and 21 MMCFD at Perry. Compressor stations are expandable to five to six compressors. Opportunities exist in the region to grow and expand the current footprint to provide new producers unmatched reliable gas processing and gathering with multiple market delivery options.
The oil gathering system for 4AM Midstream has 182 miles of 4" lateral and battery connects, along with 6" trunk lines from White Star Petroleum well sites to the Mulhall and Perry plays in Oklahoma. The pipeline system that connects Mulhall has 66 LACT units, while the Perry system has 19. Historical maximum rates are 8.1 MBBLD for Mulhall and 3.3 MBBLD for Perry. Connections from both sites are sent to the Plains terminals for storage. The goal of our team is to grow the current system to accommodate new producers by delivering reliable crude oil gathering with multiple market delivery options.
4AM Midstream understands the delicate balance between wellhead production and midstream infrastructure — and its negative or positive impact on cash flow. This knowledge helps us redefine the relationship between the producer and midstream. Our team is actively evaluating our gas and oil gathering systems and assessing potential opportunities to reduce cost, improve production and increase flow volumes. This can positively affect cash flow, which is a win for the producer and a win for 4AM Midstream. Our team has a proven track record of optimizing well production and midstream assets to improve volume.