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Gas Storage Field--Mclouth


Field name: McLouth ; Operated by Williams Gas Pipeline Central
Located in: Jefferson , Leavenworth counties

Reservoir discovered: 1942 ; Year Activated: 1954 ; Active?: Yes

Storage Type: Depleted Reservoir
Original Contents: Gas ; Original Pressure: 500 (psig); Original reserves: 12914 (mmcf)

Formation Name: McLouth Sd. (Bartlesville)
Storage Lithology: Sandstone
Gross Thickness: 18 (feet)
Trap Type: Structural/Stratigraphic
Formation Depth Maximum: 1427 ; Minimum:

Injection or Withdrawl Wells: 112
Observation, Pressure Control Wells: 13
Compressor Horsepower: 7510
Pipe Diameter Maximum: 20 ; Minimum 4

Base Gas Volume: 11900 (mmcf)
Maximum Developed Gas Volume: 2200 (mmcf)
Maximum Storage Pressure: 520 (psig)
Maximum Daily Delverability: 224000 (mcf)
Maximum Designed Daily Volume: (mcf)
Annual Cycling Capability:
Undeveloped Capacity: 0 (mmcf)
Comments: Deliverability ties to maximum dependable daily withdrawal at a minimum inventory of base gas level plus one day's withdrawals.


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Programs Updated Nov. 2004.
General field info courtesy American Gas Association.