SCM’s integrated midstream platform spans the Delaware Basin operating over 800 miles of product pipelines, 400 MMcf/d of gas processing capacity, and 400,000 barrels of liquids storage. SCM includes acreage dedications from 21 producers across eight counties in Texas and New Mexico.

SCM has also entered into a number of strategic joint ventures to enhance its midstream product offerings including the following:

  • Crude oil gathering Joint Venture with Noble Midstream (NYSE: NBLX)
  • NGL transportation Joint Venture with Apache Corporation (NYSE: APA)
  • NGL Joint Venture with EPIC NGL Pipeline

Our History

2017

Formation of Salt Creek Midstream, a Joint Venture between ARM Energy and Ares Management (NYSE: ARES)

Surpassed 250,000 acres of natural gas, crude oil and produced water dedications

2018

Executed NGL Transportation Joint Venture with Apache Corporation (NYSE: APA), SCM Alpine LLC

Executed NGL Transportation Joint Venture with EPIC NGL Pipeline linking Delaware producers to gulf coast refiners, petrochemical companies, and export markets

Surpassed 500,000 acres of natural gas, crude oil and produced water dedications

Executed crude oil gathering and transportation Joint Venture with Noble Midstream Partners (NYSE: NBLX), Delaware Crossing LLC

Commissioned Pecos I Cryogenic Gas Processing Plant (200 MMcf/d)

2019

First deliveries of crude oil taken

Salt Creek Midstream begins water operations

Nearly 1,000,000 acres of natural gas, crude oil and producer water dedications

Commissioned Pecos II Cryogenic Gas Processing Plant (200 MMcf/d)

Executive Team