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RI4 Possibilities for the Storage of Natural Gas in Delaware

RI4 Possibilities for the Storage of Natural Gas in Delaware
Publication Type:
Report of Investigation
Publication Date:
Apr 1961
Adams, J.K., Jordan, R.R.

Considerable quantities of natural gas are used in Delaware; however, there are no facilities for the storage of large quantities of gas within the state. All the gas is "piped in" and distributed by the local public utility companies. These companies are interested in the possibilities for the underground storage of natural gas, but there are no obvious underground reservoirs such as depleted oil or gas fields.

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Adams, J.K. and Jordan, R.R. , 1961, ossibilities for the Storage of Natural Gas in Delaware: Delaware Geological Survey Report of Investigation 4

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