Underground Gas Storage Facilities

  • ID: 1765330
  • Book
  • 198 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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You get information needed to evaluate a reservoir, determine the particular requirements of the job, and design a storage facility that will operate at its full potential.

Underground Gas Storage Facilities combines background information with a systematic approach for examining a specific reservoir to determine the most appropriate day-to-day method of operation. It presents a thorough discussion of topics such as estimating customer requirements, types of storage, sizing of surface facilities, and estimating deliverability. Of particular interest is the section on the economics of storage design, which examines the specific cost factors involved and presents examples to determine an economically optimum design.

  • Information and technical tools to evaluate a reservoir
  • Determine the particular requirements of the job at hand
  • Design a storage facility that will operate at its full potential

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Weather patterns
Load forecasting
Load curves
Gas laws
The components of a gas storage facility
Characteristics of underground storage
Optimization of underground storage facilities
Monitoring and control of inventory
Pressure measurements of reservoirs
Metering
Dehydration
Compressors
Estimating deliverability of producing wells
Automation
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Flanigan, Orin
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