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Load Balancing including Underground Gas Storage
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Price: US$125.00
This course explains how the market demand for natural gas changes by the hour, day, month and season and discusses the characteristics of the various load balancing options that are available to manage these load swings. Each of these options - underground storage (pore and cavern storage facilities), linepack, interruptible service and LNG peak shaving - is discussed in detail including operating characteristics and cost of service. Then the manner in which an actual gas distribution company designed a load balancing system to manage its gas swings is presented as an illustration.
Duration: Course Code:
2 hours 45 minutes IHRDC_PO_I17
After completing this module, you will be able to:
  • Summarize the fundamentals of load balancing for managing load swings.
  • Describe how pipeline and field production are most effectively used for load balancing.
  • State the options, advantages and disadvantages of using LNG for load balancing.
  • Describe how interruptible customers can be used for load balancing.
  • Summarize the types of UGS facilities used for load balancing and their characteristics.
  • Develop a cost-effective option to manage load balancing needs based on unit costs.
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Price: US$125.00

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