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Transport of brine - technological pipelines

Transport of brine - technological pipelines

The technological pipelines transporting the brine washed out during the construction of underground gas storage facility followed by its discharge into the Puck Bay.

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The extension of underground gas storage facilities is very important from the perspective of Poland’s gas security and thus for a number of years has been one of investment priorities of PGNiG. KPMG Kosakowo is the first underground methane-rich content gas storage facility in northern Poland constructed in rock salt bed. The gas will be stored in adapted salt chambers at the depth of 1000 to 1200 m. The completion of the entire investment is planned for 2020 and as of 2014 it will be operating with capacity of 100 million m3.

Project Information

Country
Poland

Website

Completion
2009

Project Type
New Build

Size
WehoPipe pipes PE100 SDR 11 PN16 DN355 – a total length of 6 km, including land part - 3,7 km, sea part - 2,3 km

Partners

Investor:
PGNiG S.A.
General contractor:
INVESTGAS (now Operator Systemu Magazynowania Sp z o.o.)

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