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Sunoco to Build 2.4 Million Barrel NGL Storage Facility Outside of Philadelphia

Posted in Energy
Reuters reports that Sunoco Logistics Partners is seeking Pennsylvania’s approval to build cryogenic tanks at a site outside of Philadelphia. The tanks will be capable of storing up to 2.4 million barrels of natural gas liquids. Earlier this month, Sunoco announced it was proceeding with a $2.5 billion pipeline project—dubbed Mariner East 2—which will bring… Continue Reading

EIA: Natural Gas Storage

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The Energy Information Administration (EIA) is predicting natural gas storage to reach 3.8 Tcf by November:  "Working natural gas in storage is expected to total about 3,800 billion cubic feet (bcf) on October 31, 2013—the nominal end of the summer injection season. Injections of natural gas into storage often continue into November, depending on weather… Continue Reading

Storage Wars Coming to Ohio

Posted in Energy
No, not the popular television show on A&E.  Rather, the issue of whether natural gas storage companies also own the right to develop the Utica shale underlying the associated properties.  From the Youngstown Business Journal:  "The main legal question before courts in northeastern Ohio is whether those who own land within a designated storage field also… Continue Reading

EIA: Natural Gas Storage

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The Energy Information Administration (EIA) has posted some interesting information on domestic natural gas storage levels:  "The increase in U.S. working natural gas inventories nearly half way through the 2012 injection season—the period from April through October when most natural gas is stored underground to help meet heating demand during the upcoming winter—was the lowest… Continue Reading

PA Storage Reaching Capacity

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The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review has an interesting article on natural gas storage capacity in Pennsylvania:  "Energy analysts confirmed the possibility last week, saying they could not recall a recent time when Pennsylvania has used all of its underground storage space for the fuel. The last time it happened was about a decade ago, when the state… Continue Reading

Natural Gas Storage Capacity Tested

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The WSJ has an interesting article on gas storage capacity in the current environment.  "Gas output has reached record levels in recent months, thanks in large part to the expansion of shale-gas fields. And the warm U.S. winter has reduced the amount of gas needed to heat homes and offices. That has filled storage facilities—often… Continue Reading

New Natural Gas Storage Record

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The Energy Information Administration is reporting that working gas in storage reached 3.589 Tcf (trillion cubic feet), as of September 25, 2009.  "This represents a net increase of 64 Bcf from the previous week. Stocks were 491 Bcf higher than last year at this time and 481 Bcf above the 5-year average of 3,108 Bcf." … Continue Reading

EIA Storage

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The Energy Information Administration’s weekly storage report is out, showing a net increase of 71 Bcf for the week and total supplies above the 5-year range: Working Gas in Underground Storage Compared with 5-Year Range More information (and a better quality graph) can be found here.… Continue Reading