Chevron Keystone Gas Storage LLC, a subsidiary of Chevron Corp., said Tuesday it is holding a nonbinding open season through Sept. 14 for 3 Bcf of capacity at its natural gas storage facility located near Kermit, TX.
Keystone’s current working gas capacity is 5 Bcf, with withdrawal capability of 400 MMcf/d and injection capability of 160 MMcf/d. A proposed expansion of its facility is expected to increase working gas capacity to 8 Bcf and injection capability to 200 MMcf/d, the Bellaire, TX-based storage provider said.
Located in the Permian Basin production region, Keystone is a high deliverability salt cavern gas storage facility that connects to the El Pas Natural Gas, Transwestern and Northern Natural Gas pipelines.
Interested parties should contact Anne Fiedler at (713) 432-2459 or at email@example.com to obtain a bid package.
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