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Freeman has earned respect in the oil and gas industry by completing midstream pipeline and facility construction projects on-time and on budget. We have built our expertise in small-to-medium sized pipelines in the Permian Basin with a budget of $3mm or less. A few samples of our completed projects are listed here:

Pipeline:

Project 1 - DCP Midstream
Project: Constructed over 7 miles of poly pipe in Andrews County, Texas. The project included over 40 line crossings and a hot tap to the mainline.

Cost: $1 – $2 million

Project 2 - ONEOK
Project: Installation of over 11,000’ of steel pipe through a residential area in Odessa, Texas. The project included seven directional bores totalling over 4,000’, overhead lines, and traffic control on a major highway.

Cost: $1 – $2 million

Project 3 - Eagle Claw Midstream
Project: Installed 3,800’ of 6” .250 wall steel pipe including a directional road bore near Pecos, Texas. The project was constructed through solid rock utilizing a rock saw and an excavator with a hammer.

Cost: <$1 million

Project 4 - Eagle Claw Midstream
Project: Installed 8,000’ of 12” .312 wall steel pipe near Pecos, Texas. The project, including onsite fabrication, was completed within two weeks as a rush for our customer.

Cost: <$1 million

Facilities:

Project 1- DCP Midstream
Project: Installed piping on a reboiler vessel and heat exchanger while installing a 150-ton amine steel vessel utilizing two 300-ton cranes in Ector County, Texas. Challenges included working on an energized system and performing critical lifts in a working facility.

Cost: <$1 million

Project 2 - Eagle Claw Midstream
Project: Field fabricated and installed launchers and receivers for 10”, 12”, 16”, and 20” pipe at a compressor station near Pecos, Texas. The project was performed in a compressed schedule, requiring the management of 18 welders.

Cost: $1 – $2 million

Project 3 - ONEOK
Project: Installed meter skids with 2”, 3”, and 4” interconnects in Martin, Howard, Dawson, and Ector counties in Texas, and Lee County in New Mexico. Freeman cleared and graded each site, installed with skid including a hot tap, x-rayed all welds, and hydro tested all units. The project was challenging in that each location presented unique terrain and required custom fitting and field fabrication.

Cost: <$1 million