Permian Basin Operations

Layne Water Midstream geographically focuses on operations in the Permian Basin and in two of its major sub-basins: the southern Delaware Basin and the northern Midland Basin. We manage full cycle water infrastructure and deliver solutions for our upstream customers throughout these regions, addressing the Permian Basin’s unique water management challenges, including:

• an abundance of produced water requiring management

• the increase in volume of water needed for long lateral completions

• limited groundwater resources

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Delaware basin

Layne Water Midstream built the largest water source platform in the Delaware Basin with pond storage of more than 2 million barrels and 175,000 barrels per day of water delivery capacity.

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hermosa pipeline

Our Hermosa Pipeline is more than 26 miles of pipeline network with 18 delivery points.

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texas general land office

We hold more than 100,000 acres of water rights and surface access. Nearly 90 percent of our acreage rights come from an exclusive deal with the Texas General Land Office to develop and market water for energy development during the next 20 years.

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University lands

We have numerous other land owner partnerships throughout the Permian Basin including a recently announced partnership with University Lands covering all of it acreage in Ward, Winkler and Loving counties. http://www.ulwatermidstream.com/