Underground Gas Storage in Denmark - An Overview

  • Hans Oebro
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSE, volume 171)

Abstract

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.

Keywords

Areal Extent Salt Diapir Salt Cavern Anticlinal Structure Cavern Storage 
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References

  1. 1.
    The natural gas storage in Denmark, LI. Torup gas cavern storage. Planning & Completion. “Problems of technical and environmental aspects solved”. Jan Hovald Petersen, Dansk Olie- og Gasproduktion A/S, Denmark. Paper presented at the SMR1 autumn meeting 1986, 21–24 September 1986, Okura, Amsterdam.Google Scholar
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    The construction of the caverns in the gas storage project LI. Torup, Denmark. P. Quast, Kavernen Bau- und Betriebs G.m.b.H., Germany. Paper presented at the SMRI autumn meeting 1986, 21–24 September 1986, Okura, Amsterdam.Google Scholar
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    “Study of underground gas storage using nitrogen as cushion gas”. Hans, Oebro, Dansk Olie & Naturgas A/S, Denmark. Paper presented at the 1986 International Gas Research Conference, Toronto, Canada, 8–11 September 1986.Google Scholar

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© Kluwer Academic Publishers 1989

Authors and Affiliations

  • Hans Oebro
    • 1
  1. 1.Dansk Olie & Naturgas A/SDenmark

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