Operations

Our Operations

Silver Creek Midstream is one of the largest pipeline operators for the gathering and transportation of crude oil in the state of Wyoming.  Today, we operate over 780-miles of crude oil gathering and transportation pipelines, with over 150 miles of additional pipelines currently planned or under construction. In addition to Silver Creek’s expansive pipeline systems, the Company also operates multiple truck injection stations, a unit train capable rail facility in Converse County, and over 1.9+ million barrels of storage.

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Basin info

Powder River Basin Asset

Powder River Pipeline

Silver Creek Midstream’s Powder River Basin Pipeline System offers a comprehensive crude midstream solution across Converse, Campbell, Johnson, and Natrona counties. The Pipeline System includes 250+ miles of crude trunkline and gathering pipelines, 1.1+ million barrels of crude storage, and a unit train capable rail facility in and out of the Silver Creek Pronghorn Terminal. Additionally, combined with the previously announced Iron Horse Pipeline Joint Venture, Silver Creek has 325,000+ barrels per day of pipeline capacity to the Guernsey Hub and with three current interconnections to downstream markets out of Guernsey. The Iron Horse Pipeline will be in-service by February 2019.

Commercial Contact: Jon Hanna, SVP of Business Development, info@scmidstream.com

Red Butte Asset

Red Butte is a 530-mile crude oil pipeline system with an expansive footprint across the Big Horn and Wind River Basins.  Red Butte is currently the largest pipeline gathering asset transporting crude oil out of the Big Horn and Wind River Basins to Casper, Wyoming. The system has two delivery points, multiple truck loading stations, and over 800,000 barrels of storage along the system.

Commercial Contact: Jon Hanna, SVP of Business Development, info@scmidstream.com

Current Projects

Silver Creek Midstream is currently expanding its existing Powder River Pipeline System across the core of the Powder River Basin and constructing additional crude storage tanks to meet the growing demand and crude oil midstream needs of the Basin.