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Eddie County Land Surveying Projects

Brushy Draw As-Built
Location: Eddie County NM
Project Size: 15,840′
Year: 2019

Nash To Remuda Pipeline As-Built
Location: Eddie County NM
Project Size: 21,120’ x 9 Lines
Year: 2018

Corral Canyon Row 2
Location: Eddie County NM
Project Size: 36,960’ x 4 Lines
Year: 2019

ROW2 North/South CDP
Location: Eddie County NM
Project Size: 52,800’
Year: 2018

DI 11 MSO Part Steel Pipeline
Location: Eddie County NM
Project Size: 26,400’ x 3 Lines
Year: 2018

RRC Surveying conducted as-built surveys on these projects, collected data for the client, and produced weld maps, cover sheets, ISO, and locations to taps. Projects were completed with a 2 person crew, keeping our rates lower than the competition and even provided a daily rate to stay competitive. Like others in the industry, the team faced hardships during COVID but pushed on with XTO to become their #1 survey team in the field. With all our projects, we strive to keep our clients happy by delivering quality at a competitive price.

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Permian Basin Well Plats

Project Description

Location: Permian Basin – Lea County, New Mexico
Client: Concho Resources
Construction Cost: $350,000
Year Commissioned: 2015

The Permian Basin Well Plats project began with the RRC surveying group assisting our client in the acquisition and development of oil and natural gas properties in the Permian Basin. Concho Resources pursues oil and gas exploration and development exclusively in West Texas and Southeast New Mexico. Due to the advent of hydraulic fracturing, the extraction of oil from shale production helped Concho Resources become one of the front-runners of oil exploration in the Permian Basin. RRC provided land surveys for Concho Resources throughout the Permian Basin; services provided include well plats, flow lines, pipeline, and electrical line support.

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Oil pipeline system

Cactus Pipeline

Project Description

Location:   McCamey, Texas
Client: Plains All American Pipeline
Construction Cost: $350,000,000
Project Size: 310 Miles of Pipeline
Year Commissioned:   2015

Plains All American (PAA) Pipeline constructed the Cactus Pipeline, a new 310-mile, 20-inch crude oil pipeline from McCamey to Gardendale, Texas. The pipeline transports both sweet and sour crude oil from the Permian Basin to the PAA/Enterprise Products Partners Eagle Ford Joint Venture (Eagle Ford JV) Pipeline. The Eagle Ford JV Pipeline directly serves the Three Rivers and Corpus Christi markets and can supply the Houston-area market through a connection to the Enterprise South Texas Crude Oil Pipeline. Crude oil delivered on Cactus has access to rail loading capacity at PAA’s Gardendale station and access to the Eagle Ford JV barge dock facility in the Corpus Christi area. The Cactus Pipeline has an initial capacity of approximately 200,000 barrels-per-day and can be increased as demand warrants.

RRC was involved in a variety of aspects of this project’s development, including geotechnical engineering, structural observation, construction materials testing, concrete, and soil testing for quality control and project management.

Oil pipeline system
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Rebel Plant

Project Description

Location:   Garden City, Texas
Client: Energy Transfer Partners
Construction Cost: $360,000,000
Installed Capacity: 130 MMCFD Processing Plant
Year Commissioned: 2014

In February 2014, RRC’s client announced a long-term agreement with an energy company affiliated with a major energy supplier to provide midstream services for natural gas produced from a number of wells in the Permian Basin. As a result, our client constructed a 130-million-cubic-feet-per-day (MMCFD) cryogenic processing plant in Glasscock County, Texas, with expansion capability to 200 MMCFD. This client will also build more than 100 miles of high-pressure and low-pressure gathering pipelines connecting to this plant.

RRC provided land surveying, geotechnical engineering, construction staking, structural observation, construction materials testing, concrete, asphalt, and soil testing for quality control and project management.

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