Headquartered in Oklahoma City, Tall Oak Midstream II, LLC was founded in 2015 by a team of experienced executives with diverse and complementary backgrounds across the midstream and upstream sectors. Tall Oak Midstream III, LLC, was formed in 2017 and will pursue midstream opportunities across North America outside the Northwest STACK.
The Tall Oak team is dedicated to creating customer-driven companies that operate with excellence as the standard and innovation as a requirement. The company provides oil and gas producers a full suite of midstream services.
The Tall Oak II Midcon System spans four Oklahoma counties: Alfalfa, Woods, Major and Blaine. Current assets include more than 600 miles of low- and high-pressure gathering pipeline, the Eagle Chief Gas Processing Plant with approximately 35 MMcf/d processing capacity, and the Carmen Cryogenic Processing with a capacity of 90 MMcf/d. The Tall Oak team is also pursuing greenfield and acquisition opportunities in other basins across North America.
Tall Oak Midstream III has announced plans to construct a natural gas gathering system in southeast Oklahoma’s East STACK play that will span Hughes County and portions of Seminole, Pontotoc, Coal, Pittsburg, Atoka and McIntosh counties. Initially, Tall Oak III’s East STACK system will consist of more than 50 miles of 12-inch to 20-inch pipeline, two compression facilities, a 5,000 bpd stabilizer, an associated slug catcher and condensate storage facilities. The system is expected to come into service by the end of 2017. Tall Oak III also expects to add a cryogenic processing facility to its East STACK system.
In January 2016, Tall Oak Midstream I sold substantially off of its Oklahoma assets to a subsidiary of EnLink Midstream Partners, LP (NYSE:ENLK) and EnLink Midstream, LLC (NYSE:ENLC) (together "EnLink") for $1.55 billion. Tall Oak I focused its operations in the Mid-Continent, where the company developed and expanded two natural gas gathering and processing systems: the Tall Oak CNOW System and the Tall Oak STACK system. The company also developed a crude oil system to serve producers in the STACK play.