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InternationalInternational energy information, including overviews, rankings, data, and analyses. Demonstrated maximum working gas volume: This measure represents the sum of peak volumes reported by the 385 active storage facilities (as of November 2015) in the Lower 48 states, regardless of when the individual peaks occurred over the most recent five-year period (covering December 2010 - November 2015). The total demonstrated maximum working gas volume, or demonstrated peak, in the Lower 48 states was nearly unchanged between November 2014 and November 2015, rising by just 0.1%, or by 6 billion cubic feet (Bcf), to 4,343 Bcf.
The Mountain region showed a demonstrated peak of 274 Bcf, 18 Bcf lower than the previous period, a decrease of 6.3%.
In the South Central Salt region, by contrast, the new demonstrated peak was 436 Bcf, an increase of 24 Bcf, or 5.8%, compared with the previous period. A total of 10 facilities became inactive this year, which removed about 12 Bcf from the demonstrated peak total.
Design capacity: This measure is the sum of the 385 active storage fields' working gas design capacity, as of November 2015, as reported on survey Form EIA-191, Monthly Underground Natural Gas Storage Report. The total design capacity in the Lower 48 states was also nearly unchanged between November 2014 and November 2015, declining by just 0.2%, or 7 Bcf, to 4,658 Bcf. The modest change in capacity this period is mainly the result of the deactivation of 10 storage fields, which removed 16 Bcf of storage capacity from service. The largest single field to become inactive was in the South Central Salt region -- the Bridgeline Napoleonville field in Louisiana, with a capacity of about 7 Bcf.
Despite featuring the largest increase in demonstrated capacity between November 2014 and November 2015, design capacity of the South Central Salt region was essentially flat for the period, decreasing by just 1 Bcf, or 0.3%, to 480 Bcf.
High storage volumes: National working gas storage volumes hit record high levels in November 2015, reaching the highest-ever weekly volume of 4,009 Bcf for the week ending November 20. No new underground storage facilities: For the second consecutive year, no new storage facilities have begun operation.
Design capacity information for all facilities, including inactive fields, is available in the Natural Gas Annual Respondent Query System.
As with last year, most currently planned storage projects are concentrated in salt formations, likely because of their high deliverability rates.

In late 2015, EIA began publishing weekly data in five regions and historical data for the five region series back to 2010.
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The date of the invoice is not counted as the first day for purposes of calculating the payment deadline. This increase is attributed to three facilities that reached their new five-year peaks in November 2015. Design capacity is based on the physical characteristics of the reservoir, installed equipment, and operating procedures particular to the site, and is often certified by federal or state regulators. Increases in working gas design capacity for the period came from expansions to existing fields. Salt domes are capable of sending out natural gas within a short time, sometimes within an hour, making them more responsive to customer demand than other types of underground storage. The nearest cross streets are 83rd Avenue and Lower Buckeye Road and we are located south of Interstate 10. We are close to many interesting places including the Arizona Cardinals Stadium, Estrella Mountain Park, the Wildlife World Zoo and Aquarium, and the Pioneer Living History Museum. Our tenants like the focus on security – which includes cylinder locks on our units, computerized gate access and surveillance cameras to monitor comings and goings.
Demonstrated maximum working gas levels increased in the South Central Salt region, offsetting declines in the Mountain region. A total of 12 facilities expanded capacity by 1 Bcf or more between December 2014 and November 2015, averaging about 2 Bcf additional capacity each.

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