Our history runs deep

Founded in 2016 as part of Layne Christensen, a water and infrastructure company with more than 136 years of providing global water solutions, Layne Water Midstream is extending the distinguished Layne legacy to the oilfield where the need for water management and infrastructure has never been greater. Since our inception, we:

  • Began development of water infrastructure under an exclusive water midstream agreement with the Texas General Land Office on 88,000 acres in Reeves and Culberson counties

  • Entered into an exclusive water midstream infrastructure agreement with the State of Texas University Lands organization covering more than 160,000 acres in Ward, Winkler and Loving counties

  • Constructed one of the largest source water systems in the Delaware Basin through the 26-mile Hermosa Pipeline, capable of delivering 175,000 bpd of non-potable frac water along 18 delivery points in Reeves County

  • Constructed and began operating a produced water pipeline transportation and disposal system in Reeves County with more than 20 salt water disposals under development

  • Created several land owner partnerships in the Delaware and Midland Basins, extending Layne Water Midstream’s acreage position to develop both source water and produced water infrastructure solutions