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BCCK to supply nitrogen rejection unit to Pinnacle Midstream in Permian Basin

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BCCK Holding Company (BCCK) has signed an agreement with Pinnacle Midstream to supply a NiTech® Nitrogen Rejection Unit (NRU) in the Permian Basin. BCCK, along with its sister company NG Resources, will design and build the facility.

Mike Hillerman, COO at Pinnacle Midstream, commented: “We are seeing a much higher concentration of nitrogen in the gas being produced from wells in our footprint at the heart of the Midland Basin, and expect that trend to continue as additional areas are developed. Therefore, we decided to invest a significant amount of capital into our ability to process gas with high concentrations of nitrogen. We chose to partner with BCCK on this project due to their impressive track record at the forefront of innovation and commercial implementation of nitrogen rejection facilities.”

Greg Hall, executive vice president at BCCK, said: “We are delighted to partner with Pinnacle Midstream on this project, which will allow us to further showcase BCCK’s gas processing and nitrogen removal expertise as well as our exceptional construction skills.”


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