COALSEAM GAS PROMPTS MAJOR EXPANSION OF NEW MEXICO SYSTEM

Jerry Gollnick Williams Field Services Salt Lake City Construction gets under way this fall to expand the 109-mile Manzanares coalseam gas-gathering system in the San Juan basin (SJB) of New Mexico. This year's work will raise capacity to 575 MMcfd from 360 MMcfd in November 1990 when Williams Field Services (WFS) initially started up the system. By the end of 1993, the system will be able to handle 680 MMcfd.

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