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  1. U.K. NORTH SEA DEVELOPMENT PROSPECTS TALLIED

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    Mon, 13 Sep 1993

  2. FIRST YEAR OF AGA'S WEEKLY STORAGE SURVEY SUGGESTS USEFUL PATTERNS

    Warren R. True Pipeline/Gas Processing Editor American Gas Association (AGA) analysis of its weekly U.S. natural-gas storage reports for 1994, the first full year of AGA surveying and reporting, shows that January was the largest drawdown month (831 bcf) for that first year and that May was the ...

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    Mon, 17 Jul 1995

  3. Dense and sock catalyst loading compared

    Dense loading is preferable to sock loading in several instances. The advantages of dense loading include increased density, capacity, run length, reactor integrity, and product quality. Sock loading, as a result of its tendency to create void spaces, may not maximize a reactor's capacity.

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    Mon, 12 Oct 1998

  4. BP OUTLINES GULF DEEPWATER DEVELOPMENT

    BP Exploration Western Hemisphere plans to use a four leg jacket instead of an eight leg jacket to develop Mississippi Canyon Block 109 in the ultradeepwater portion of the Gulf of Mexico. It will be the first conventional four leg jacket in more than 1,000 ft of water. "Mississippi Canyon 109 uses ...

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    Mon, 19 Mar 1990

  5. FERC ORDERER 636 SPAWNS FLURRY OF U.S.GAS STORAGE PROJECTS

    Gas supply reliability during peak demand periods this winter in the U.S. likely will depend more than ever on efficient use of available storage capacity.

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    Mon, 25 Oct 1993

  6. TANO FIELDS MARKED FOR DEVELOPMENT OFF GHANA

    An expected shortfall in electrical power generation has prompted Ghana National Petroleum Corp. (GNPC) to develop its offshore Tano oil and gas fields to fuel a coastal power station. Ghana has about 1.2 million kw of power generating capacity throughout the country largely based on hydroelectric ...

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    Mon, 2 May 1994

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