Storengy Gas Storage Cheshire

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Storengy UK is currently developing the Stublach Gas Storage Project, a salt cavern storage facility in Cheshire. Once completed, the scheme will be one of the main storage facilities in the country and will enhance the security of supply to the UK market.  Up to 28 caverns will be created, the first 10 of which are currently being solution-mined and will be commissioned in 2013. Total storage capacity could reach 400 million cubic meters of natural gas.  

The brine produced during the solution mining process is used locally by INEOS Enterprises for their customers in Cheshire. 

The total development investment budget is estimated at around £350 million. About 1 million man-hours have been expended so far and the construction activities have had beneficial impacts on the local economy

Long O Donnell Associates have provided key personnel on this high profile storage operation for both FEED and EPC phases, including the preparation of tender and contract documentation, cost and commercial management and contract negotiations.

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Storengy Gas Storage Cheshire

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Undisclosed

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Undisclosed

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Storengy Gas Storage Cheshire,

Storengy UK is currently developing the Stublach Gas Storage Project, a salt cavern storage facility in Cheshire. Once completed, the scheme will be one of the main storage facilities in the country…