Click on the illustration to learn more about typical natural gas production and distribution systems, and see where our products and services are commonly used.
To meet customer demand all year round, gas is compressed in storage tanks in the summer when demand is low. It’s then drawn out during the cold weather months when it’s needed.
A compressor station increases gas pressure to move it into storage or through transmission lines.
Gas from a well is cleaned and treated, removing sand, dust and water. The gas is also odorized, i.e. a smell is injected into the gas, so that its presence can be detected.
Natural gas typically comes out of the ground via gas wells. Its pressure lets it rise to the surface naturally.
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