Sanchez Midstream Partners LP (SNMP) has announced that the company’s midstream assets in the western Eagle Ford did not sustain any significant damage from Hurricane Harvey.
“We are pleased to report that our midstream assets in south Texas, which include our Western Catarina midstream system, the Carnero gathering line, the Raptor gas processing facility in La Salle County (Texas) and the Seco pipeline, did not sustain any significant damage as a result of Hurricane Harvey and are currently fully operational,” said Gerry Willinger, Chief Executive Officer of the General Partner of SNMP.
“We are in contact with employees based in our Houston office and in the field and remain primarily concerned for the safety of these individuals, as well as other members of our community. We would like to thank the first responders that have worked diligently throughout the crisis along the Gulf Coast as well as the people who have unselfishly volunteered to assist others during this time of need. We would also like to thank our operations team and joint venture partner, Targa Resources Corporation, for their exceptional work in preparing for Hurricane Harvey and managing our assets throughout the storm.
“While all of our midstream assets are currently fully operational, we remain cognisant of the potential for natural gas liquids constraints at Mont Belvieu and markets further downstream, which may limit our ability to move hydrocarbons. In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, we continue to monitor developments in these downstream markets, as well as the operations and production from the assets that we service, and will provide additional operational updates as warranted.”
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