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Re: Yankee Weather

Postby SamsFarm » Thu Feb 18, 2021 7:16 pm

Don McCombs wrote:What you’re describing is a line that provides free gas as a result of the well being on your property. That was a condition of the original ROW agreement for the gas wells. Much different than this...

“When the gas leaves the property, it goes direct into the sales line and into people's homes!”

I never said that both lines was the same!
Don McCombs wrote:It may appear that way to you, but the gas pressure exiting the wellhead is not sufficient for transmission to the end user.

200+psi is way more needed to reach the local consumer!

In our area there is practically 1 gas well for every 40 acres.

There is a group of wells all interconnected, when the gas line that connects that group of wells comes to the road, there is a small (about the size of a long motorcycle) meter station where the gas is metered (measured), and regulated (adjust the pressure) before connecting to the local utility line.

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