NEW MOBILE BAY COMPLEX EXPLOITS MAJOR SOUR GAS RESERVE

05/23/1994
Warren R. True Pipeline/Gas Processing Editor In March, Exxon Co. U.S.A. dedicated its natural gas treating plant near Mobile, Ala. From start up, the plant was handling its capacity of sour gas from leases in state and federal waters offshore in Mobile Bay. The company claims this is the world's largest sour gas development, with reserves estimated at more than 1 tcf (OGJ, Apr. 11, p. 24). Exxon further believes the wide swings in gas composition have led to a unique air emissions permit from the state of Alabama. The complex, third in the area for handling the high sulfur gas being produced in the bay, b...
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