Located in Oklahoma and Texas, Carrera facilities range from state of the art cryogenic gas processing plants to older facilities installed post WW II. Our experience and flexibility allow us to successfully operate numerous types and vintages of equipment in difficult environments.
Gray County, Texas
Built in 1982, the McLean plant is a straight through cryogenic expander plant. NGL’s are delivered to ONOEK hydrocarbon via a 23-mile company-owned NGL pipeline.
Marshall and Bryan Counties, Oklahoma
Originally built in the 1950’s, the Madill plant has been continuously modified and upgraded over the years. There are two 25 MMSCF/D cryogenic expander skids on site, one of which has front end refrigeration. NGL product is piped to Oneok and residue gas is delivered to NGPL. The plant has an extensive low pressure gathering system and treats small amounts of sour gas.
Texas and Beaver Counties, Oklahoma
The Camrick gas plant is a straight through cryogenic expander plant. NGL product is delivered to Enterprise and residue gas is delivered to NGPL. The Camrick plant operates a truck rack and pipeline injection point and purchases NGL product from various suppliers.
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