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Underground storage of fluids

Donald La Verne Katz

Underground storage of fluids

by Donald La Verne Katz

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Published by Distributed by Ulrich"s Books in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Petroleum products -- Underground storage.,
  • Natural gas -- Underground storage.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    Statementby Donald L. Katz [and] Keith H. Coats.
    ContributionsCoats, Keith Hal, 1934- joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP692.5 .K35
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 575 p.
    Number of Pages575
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5599650M
    LC Control Number68005831

      An examination of the opportunities and challenges of keeping paper, film, and magnetic media in underground facilitiesby Tom BenjaminMarch The degree of security afforded your important records is one of the most important considerations when choosing a records storage site whether on-site or off-site. Nothing else will matter if something happens to your important records. A . fluids and compounds the numbers merely differentiate between products and gaps occur in the sequence due to obsolescence. Consequently an up-to-date version of this book should always be used for reference purposes. Applications Under this heading the more important and known representative aviation uses have been.

    regulated underground storage tanks decreased from more than two million to less than , tanks between and Where did all of our storage capacity go? In , many underground tanks were old and seldom used. Most of these tanks were removed and not replaced. Some tank owners simply began using their local. Underground Fluid Storage and Transport Structures Tunnels and caverns may be used to store and transport gases and liquids. These stored fluids exert large internal pressures on the perimeters of underground structures.

    Fractures in caprocks of fluid storage reservoirs can be sealed and flow barriers can be established at desired regions of porous rocks by locally freezing the formation water to form an impervious cryogenic structure and/or by forming gas hydrates by contacting hydrate forming gases with formation water subjected to heat removal therefrom and agitation, for the purpose of stored fluid leakage.   Yergin, author of The Prize, a book that chronicles the history of the oil industry, reports that the locals in Titusville rushed tubs, wash basins and whiskey barrels into use to Systems for Storing Gallons or Less of Fluids Which at Ordinary Temperatures Give period of underground storage tank products is 30 years.


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