Aspen Midstream To Construct Midstream Infrastructure In Texas’ Austin Chalk Play

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Aspen Midstream LLC said Oct. 11 that the company is constructing a large diameter residue pipeline and both a lean and a rich gas gathering system in the Austin Chalk play in Texas.

Aspen’s Austin Chalk System is located in the Giddings Field. Producers drilling the Giddings Field are developing multiple stacked pay zones, including the Austin Chalk and Eagle Ford Shale formations. The Aspen Austin Chalk System is strategically located to ensure producer access to premium residue and NGL markets and spans the Giddings Field, including Washington, Fayette and Burleson counties, along with portions of Austin, Brazos, Colorado and Waller counties.

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