Our Services include crude oil and natural gas gathering, transportation, treating and processing; produced water transportation and disposal; and freshwater sourcing and transportation via pipeline. Simply put, multiple business lines combine our engineering and construction operations, maintain a consistent work force and consolidate rights-of-way by placing crude oil, natural gas and water lines in the same ditch. By aggregating services and offering one-stop-shopping, GIS Midstream has a direct and positive impact on our customers’ bottom line.
As an aligned partner, we work with our customers to develop short- and long-term strategies that ensure access to multiple markets. We offer uninterruptible or firm space service. GIS Midstream’s core business lines also help our customers reduce or eliminate the need to rely on excessive seasonal trucking rates, avoid road closures and bypass the administrative burden associated with managing run tickets.
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We own and operate twelve gathering systems, five processing facilities, three fractionation facilities, three interstate pipelines, five intrastate pipelines, one oil pipeline and four marine terminals. We also own an approximately 67% non-operating interest in Main Pass Oil Gathering, a crude oil gathering and processing system, a 50% undivided, non-operating interest in the Burns Point Plant, a natural gas processing plant, and a 46% non-operated interest in Mesquite, an off-spec condensate fractionation project. Our primary assets are strategically located in Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Dakota, Tennessee, and Texas. Our operations are organized into three segments: Gathering and Processing, Transmission, and Terminals.
Crude Oil Gathering and Processing
Crude Oil Transportation
Natural Gas Gathering and Processing
Produced Water Takeaway and Disposal