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June 11, 2013


Kim Feil

Who ever thought that electric compressor stations were appropriate for urban drilling was mistaken…electric compressor stations depend on “electricity from the grid” but also plays a role in "supplying natural gas to the power plants that MAKE electricity for the grid”. Interdependency Flaw is pretty obvious now isn’t it? NG and Electricity aren’t good kissing cousins.

I recall reading that on some pipelines, it takes two days for natural gas to “arrive” if additional supplies are ordered. I know I over simplified how the whole process works...maybe you could do a story on the subject?

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