We could go on and on about all the events that are hosted around the world every year, but I’ve narrowed it down to events during the summer, only in the United States. If you know of any that I’ve missed, shoot me an email at email@example.com and I will add it to the list.
“The EIA said draws from underground gas storage facilities were 287 Bcf (8.1 x 109 m3), “The most during the 20 years for which data exist and the latest in a season already characterized by withdrawals much larger than average.”
The EIA also said he cold weather impacted production. Wellhead freeze-offs occurred in parts of the Marcellus Shale in northeastern Pennsylvania and in the Fayetteville Shale in Arkansas. U.S. dry gas output dropped to 61.9 Bcf (1.7 x 109 m3) on Jan. 8, the lowest since September 2012, but rebounded to nearly 66 Bcf (1.8 x 109 m3) by Jan. 16.”
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There’s the fast fill station, time fill station, and a combination station. First things first, is this a public or private station?
It depends, like many things CNG, on several factors. Here are the basics.
The actual construction process doesn’t take long at all, it could only take a couple of weeks… BUT…do you have the property?, all the necessary permits?, have you contacted the utilities?
CNG refueling stations come in all shapes and sizes. The size of your station depends on a few things like, will it be a public or private station?, How much traffic do expect to get if it’s public?, and more…
There’s a lot than can go awry when dealing with any king of gas, so leave the major work to the professionals. It is beneficial, however, to make sure all your staff is up-to-date on all the latest practices, safety procedures, and methods.