cushion gas

cushion gas

[′ku̇sh·ən ‚gas]
(chemical engineering)
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By Purchase of into clock showed natural gas cushion gas technological-purpose and their own final consumption, technological loser need help, and involuntary the 01.
The situation is exacerbated by the fact that not all of the stored gas can be withdrawn; some of it functions as cushion gas.
Russia's Gazprom have also been involved in the project, supplying cushion gas that is needed to pressurise the reservoir.
Cushion gas is needed to pressurise the reservoir, making commercial operations possible.
Escal UGS had started injecting so-called cushion gas into the reservoir when the earthquakes prompted the government to temporarily halt operations, on September 26.
National Grid data showed Rough had just 10 million cubic metres (mcm) of normal supply, yet has since 'nominated' or contracted to pump 21 mcm into Britain's gas network, which traders said indicated it was eating into its cushion gas.
Adri Pols, Bergermeer's commercial manager, said 75 percent of the cushion gas has already been injected.
Aquifers also have another expensive drawback: 50-75% of the gas injected in them will become cushion gas that might never be retrieved.
However, work to inject cushion gas - required to maintain pressure levels in the facility - will continue.
Gazprom will provide cushion gas for the project, which is necessary to ensure the reservoir has optimal pressure to start storage activities, in exchange for working capacity and a participating interest in the operator of the facility.
a subsidiary of The Abu Dhabi National Energy Company PJSC (TAQA), today signed an agreement with Gazprom export for provision of gas storage services in exchange for the delivery of cushion gas for the Bergermeer Gas Storage project.
Although not all of the cushion gas could ultimately be withdrawn and sold, substantially all of the cushion gas could be recovered and sold to customers.