November 2020, Vol. 247, No. 11


Gas Storage’s Impact on Pipelines

By Nicholas Newman, Contributing Editor The concept of gas storage is not new. Invented in England, the Soho Coal gasification plant was established in Birmingham in 1798, but it was not until the 1850s that gas storage devices, such as gas holders or gasometers, became ubiquitous in many major cities and towns in Europe, the U.S. and Canada.  An aboveground storage facility. However, the arrival of natural gas in Europe in the 1960s spelled the end for local gasometers and ensured the advent of large regional gas storage solutions designed to meet multiple needs.  Today, gas storage systems balance and stabilize flows of gas to meet

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