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OPERATIONS OVERVIEW

 

Superior operates our business in the five following geographic areas: the Texas/Oklahoma panhandle, Central/Western Oklahoma, Southeastern Oklahoma, Southeast Texas and Appalachia, which includes Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

Superior owns and operates over 1,500 miles of pipeline, operates 8 natural gas processing facilities with a combined capacity of 335 MMcf/d, and three natural gas treating plants. Superior has throughput volumes of over 315 MMcf/d and over 730,000 gallons of liquids per day. 

Our key assets are identified by the blue tabs below. Click on the tabs for more details.

 

The Bellmon gathering and processing facility consists of two cryogenic processing plants, over 13,000 HP central compression and dehydration capabilities. The low pressure gathering system features over 6,000 HP of field compression and over 200 miles of 6 to 16 inch pipelines gathering gas from Kay, Osage, Pawnee, Grant and Garfield counties in north central Oklahoma. The Bellmon processing facility has a total processing capacity of 90 MMcf/d with the residue gas being delivered into Southern Star Pipeline. The natural gas liquids are delivered to ONEOK’s Medford fractionation facility via Superior’s 20 plus miles of natural gas liquids line.   Bellmon Plant
(580) 628-2950

Rodney Taylor
Asset Manager
(405) 320-0969

 

The Cashion gathering and processing facility consists of two cryogenic processing plants, over 10,000 HP of central compression and dehydration facilities. The low pressure gathering system gathers gas from Logan, Oklahoma, Canadian, and Kingfisher counties in central Oklahoma. The gathering system includes over 210 miles of pipeline ranging from 3 to 14 inches in diameter and over 5,000 HP in compression. The Cashion processing facility has a total processing capacity of approximately 45 MMcf/d with residue gas being delivered into Oklahoma Gas Transportation and Southern Star pipelines. The natural gas liquids are delivered into ONEOK’s liquid pipeline for transportation to the Conway and Mt. Belvieu fractionation facilities.

  Cashion Plant
(405) 433-8082

Patrick Covin
Asset Manager
OK Central/Cashion/Minco
(806) 674-3569

 

The Hemphill gathering and processing facility consists of three cryogenic processing plants, over 28,000 HP of central compression and dehydration capabilities. The low pressure gathering system features over 23,000 HP of field compression and over 210 miles of 4 to 12 inch pipelines gathering gas from Hemphill and Roberts counties in the Texas Panhandle. The Hemphill facility has a total processing capacity of 135 MMcf/d and residue gas is delivered into Westex, Southern Star and Northern Natural Gas pipelines. The Natural gas liquids are delivered into ONEOk’s liquid pipeline to be processed at the Conway and Mt. Belvieu fractionation facilities.

  Hemphill Plant
(806) 323-6516

Bo Rankin
Asset Manager
TXPAN/Hemphill/Mendota
(806) 217-2577

 

The Minco gathering and processing facility consists of one cryogenic processing plant, 2500 HP of central compression, and dehydration facilities. The low pressure gathering system has several field boosters and gathers gas through 130 miles of 3 to 12 inch pipelines from Oklahoma, Cleveland, Canadian, and Grady Counties in Oklahoma. The Minco processing facility has a total processing capacity of 12 MMcf/d with residue gas being delivered into Oklahoma Gas Transportation pipeline. The liquids are delivered into ONEOK’s liquids line to be processed at the Conway and Mt. Belvieu fractionation facilities.

  Minco Plant
(405) 381-9558

Patrick Covin
Asset Manager
OK Central/Cashion/Minco
(806) 674-3569

 

The Panola gathering and treating facility consists of a low pressure gathering system, three compressor stations with over 6,500 HP, dehydration and treating facilities located in Latimer County, Oklahoma. The gathering system has over 50 miles of pipelines ranging from 3 to 12 inches in diameter. The gas is treated through two amine plants with a combined treating capacity of 180 gpm (gallons per minute) with the treated gas being delivered into NGPL and Centerpoint pipelines.

  Panola Plant
(918) 465-9897

Gerald Wyche
(918) 477-5616

 

The Perkins gathering and processing facility consists of two refrigerated/JT processing plants, has 5,000 HP of central compression and dehydration facilities. The low pressure gathering system has 5,000 HP of field compression and over 90 miles of pipelines ranging from 3 to 12 inches in diameter. The Perkins processing facility has a total capacity of 27 MMcf/d with residue gas delivered into Southern Star pipeline.  The natural gas liquids are delivered into ONEOK’s liquid pipeline to be processed at the Conway and Mt. Belvieu fractionation facilities.

  Perkins Plant
(918) 374-2554

Patrick Covin
Asset Manager
OK Central/Cashion/Minco
(806) 674-3569

 

 

The Reno gathering and processing facility consists of one expander plant and one refrigerated JT plant, centralized compression and dehydration facilities located in Reno County, Kansas. The low pressure gathering system includes over 20 miles of pipelines ranging from 8 to 12 inches in diameter. The Reno processing facility has a capacity of 25 MMcf/d with residue gas being delivered into Panhandle Eastern pipeline.

  Reno Plant
(620) 497-6506

Rodney Taylor
Asset Manager
(405) 320-0969

 

The Segno gathering system is comprised of a mixture of low and high pressure pipelines, compression and a centralized dehydration facility located in Polk, Hardin and Tyler Counties, Texas. The gathering system has over 50 miles of pipeline ranging from four to ten inches in diameter.

 

Segno Creek Plant
(918) 429-4373


Gerald Wyche
(918) 477-5616

 

The Bruceton Mills gathering system is located in Preston County, West Virginia and consists of fifteen miles of 16 inch diameter pipeline with a gathering capacity of 220 MMcf/d. The system also has compression and dehydration services, delivering residue gas into Columbia Pipeline.

 

Dan Hallman
(412) 289-7487


Clint Cramer
Asset Manager
Bruceton Mills
(412) 354-8871

 

The Pittsburgh Mills gathering system is located in Allegheny and Butler Counties, Pennsylvania and features 33 miles of pipelines, a combination of low pressure gathering lines and high pressure trunklines.  The system also has compression and dehydration services, with the ability to deliver residue gas into Dominion and Nisource transmission systems.

 

Dan Hallman
(412) 289-7487


Nick Meyokovich
Asset Manager
Pittsburgh Mills
(724) 678-8535