Lucid currently operates the largest private gas gathering and processing system in the Northern Delaware Basin, which covers the most prolific resource base in the lower-48 and primarily services the two most active counties in the U.S.: Eddy and Lea, New Mexico.

Lucid’s team has decades of experience in originating, developing, building, and operating large- and small-scale infrastructure and midstream facilities servicing natural gas producers. Specific areas of expertise include gas gathering, compression, gas processing, transportation, fractionation, sour gas treating and nitrogen rejection.

Key Facilities

  • Red Hills is the largest gas processing complex in the Permian Basin. 

Competitive Strengths

  • Lucid’s systems are not only built for gathering, storage, and transportation, but also off-spec condensate handling, sour liquids treating, condensate stabilization and blending.
  • Lucid’s plants are strategically located in the two most active counties in the lower 48; namely, Eddy and Lea Counties in New Mexico.
  • As the leading gathering and processing business in the Northern Delaware, Lucid’s large-scale gathering, treating, processing and transportation/marketing assets provide an unmatched breadth of services and access to markets for Northern Delaware operators.

Assets Map

Lucid's gas gathering system serves the nation’s top oil and gas producers in the Permian Basin. Lucid’s assets consist of more than 2,000 miles of pipeline in operation, approximately 150,000 of operating horsepower compression and 1.2 billion cubic feet of natural gas processing capacity in operation or under construction.

Lucid Energy Group Assets Map

Our Assets

  • 2,150 miles
    of gathering pipelines
  • 33 compressor stations
    with ~175,000 HP of compression capacity
  • 1.2 Bcf/d processing capacity 
    Red Hills complex – 5 plants with combined 920 MMcf/d capacity
    Roadrunner plant – 1 plant with 220 MMcf/d capacity
    Artesia plant – 1 plant with 40 MMcf/d capacity 
  • 7,610 GPM
    amine treating capacity
  • 60 MMcf/d
    sour gas treating capacity
  • Water gathering system
    with 150 Mbbl/d capacity 

Watch a drone fly over our Red Hills Natural Gas Processing Complex in Lea County, New Mexico.