gas sendout

gas sendout

[¦gas ′sen‚dau̇t]
(petroleum engineering)
The total gas that is produced, purchased, or withdrawn from underground storage in a certain interval of time.
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Continued strong liquefied natural gas sendout from the South Hook liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal and an oil-driven sell off on the curve drove bearish momentum across the U.
Then on Saturday, that record was surpassed when gas sendout reached an all-time new high of 702,000 DTH.
The Oregon LNG receiving terminal will be designed with a natural gas sendout capacity of 1.
Among them are 35 proposed natural gas storage fields with 250 Bcf of working gas capacity and 33 proposed LNG import terminals with more than 30 Bcf/d of gas sendout capacity.
PECO Energy said its electric demand was more than 19 percent greater than December and its natural gas sendout to local homes, schools, businesses and other customers was up 26 percent over December.
MetrixND is widely used in automated systems to forecast daily gas sendout, hourly loads, retail customer usage, and market prices, as well as to estimate hourly profiles as part of retail settlements systems.
The natural gas sendout for the utility's suburban customers also was among the highest ever with 673 million cubic feet of gas consumed yesterday.
MetrixND is widely used in automated systems to forecast hourly loads, retail customer usage, market prices, and daily gas sendout, as well as to estimate hourly profiles as part of retail settlements systems.
The Company's last daily sendout record of 45,813 MCF, set in February 1995, was surpassed on Tuesday, January 18th, with a 24-hour gas sendout of 53,053 MCF (53,053,000 cubic feet of natural gas).
PECO Energy's natural gas sendout reached a record 718 million cubic feet Monday when temperatures peaked at only 16 degrees.
The primary factor for the decline in gas sendout was weather, which was 10.