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Gas Storage Field--Craig

Field name: Craig ; Operated by Williams Gas Pipeline Central
Located in: Johnson County

Reservoir discovered: 1923 ; Year Activated: 1931 ; Active?: Yes

Storage Type: Depleted Reservoir
Original Contents: Gas ; Original Pressure: 205 (psig); Original reserves: 6076 (mmcf)

Formation Name: Bush City Sand
Storage Lithology: Sandstone
Gross Thickness: 23 (feet)
Trap Type: Structural/Stratigraphic
Formation Depth Maximum: 582 ; Minimum:

Injection or Withdrawl Wells: 60
Observation, Pressure Control Wells: 7
Compressor Horsepower: 1320
Pipe Diameter Maximum: 16 ; Minimum 2

Base Gas Volume: 5200 (mmcf)
Maximum Developed Gas Volume: 700 (mmcf)
Maximum Storage Pressure: 205 (psig)
Maximum Daily Delverability: 45000 (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. Craig storage field is being abandoned.

Kansas Geological Survey
Comments to
Programs Updated Nov. 2004.
General field info courtesy American Gas Association.