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Kings Peak,

Utah: see Uinta MountainsUinta Mountains
, range of the Rocky Mts. extending c.120 mi (190 km) E from NE Utah to SW Wyoming. It rises to Kings Peak (13,528 ft/4,123 m), the highest point in Utah. The Uinta Mts. are almost totally part of national forests. Phosphates are mined there.
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Kings Peak, the highest point in Utah, is 13,528 feet above sea level; the heaviest man of all time was 1,400 pounds; Utah's population, at the time of the study, was 2,389,039; and the shortest route between Salt Lake City and New York City is 2,174.
Canyon Express links the Camden Hills, Aconcagua, and Kings Peak natural gas fields It is anticipated that the peak production rate of Canyon Express will be 500 MMcf/d once all the wells from these fields are on line.
The revision follows Pioneer's successful first production of its Aconcagua and Kings Peak gas fields through the Canyon Express gas gathering system in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM).
BP, one of the many companies involved in a cost-cutting program, is considering offers for its interest in Kings Peak and Aspen fields in the Gulf of Mexico.
The Williams Canyon Station facility will treat, process and handle natural gas and gas liquids from 10 subsea deepwater wells 55 miles south of the platform in the Camden Hills, Kings Peak and Aconcagua Fields in 5,000 to 7,200 feet of water.
Just as important, it will also allow them to tie existing discoveries such as Ram Powell and Kings Peak into the Eastern Gulf of Mexico where there will be nearly 1,000 OCS blocks available for lease in 2001.

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