ExxonMobil completes new gas plant in western Colorado
RIFLE, Colorado – ExxonMobil has finished a new natural gas processing plant in western Colorado’s Piceance (PEA’-yonce) Basin than can handle up to 200 million cubic feet of gas a day.
ExxonMobil Production Co. said this week the plant northwest of Rifle can process both gas and liquid.
The company remains active in the Piceance Basin despite a general downturn in the industry. It has seven drilling rigs in the basin, where it says it has leases on lands with up to 45 trillion cubic feet of gas.
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