SAN JUAN GAS LINE CAPACITY DUE SHARP JUMP

08/12/1991
Gas pipeline capacity out of the San Juan basin in the Four Corners area will increase by more than 1.3 bcfd in two construction projects approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. The projects will help solve operational problems and answer safety concerns arising because San Juan gathering systems upstream of pipeline bottlenecks were operating at or near maximum operating pressures. Without significant new pipeline capacity out of the San Juan basin, a capacity shortfall estimated at 500600 MMcfd could have reached 800 MMcfd to 1 bcfd by next spring. FERC approved these projects at its last meeting before s...
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