Underground Gas Storage in Denmark - An Overview
Dansk Olie & Naturgas A/S is a stateowned company which owns and operates the natural gas transmission system in Denmark (figure 1). The gas is produced from 4 offshore fields in the Danish sector of the North Sea and flows to shore through a 220 km (137 miles) pipeline of 0.76 m (30 inches) diameter.
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