April 2011 Vol. 238 No. 4

Projects

First Salt Cavern Storage Facility For Western U.S.

Magnum Gas Storage LLC has accepted the FERC certificate of public convenience and necessity authorizing construction and operation of a high-performance natural gas storage facility in central Utah. The facility marks an important first step in Magnum’s plan to develop an integrated gas/electric energy hub that will add reliability and efficiency to existing regional infrastructure and enable development of intermittent, renewable power generation throughout the Rockies. With excellent access to both the natural gas and electric grids in the West, the Magnum project is located in Millard County, north of Delta, directly adjacent to the 1800-megawatt Intermountain Power P

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