Underground Storage


Underground Storage

In the ener­gy indus­try, the sto­rage of natu­ral gas is important both to pro­vi­de stra­te­gic reser­ves and to meet peak load demands.

The simu­la­ti­on of all injec­tion and with­dra­wal pro­ces­ses invol­ved in the ope­ra­ti­on of gas sto­rage faci­li­ties, the opti­miz­a­ti­on of all plant com­pon­ents, the imple­men­ta­ti­on of short swit­ching and ramp-up times, and the instal­la­ti­on of ful­ly remo­te con­trol­led sys­tems are all part of the core com­pe­ten­ci­es of ILF. Under­ground sto­rage faci­li­ties are also used for mine­ral oil and mine­ral oil products.


Fiel­ds of Expertise:

  • Peak shaving plants
  • Sea­so­nal sto­rage plants
  • Sto­rage caverns
  • Faci­li­ties for deple­ted oil and gas fields

Puchkirchen Gas Storage Plant

In a first stage, the existing Puchkirchen gas storage plant with its satellite station was assessed for a potential increase in capacity. This assessment served…

Wierzchowice Underground Gas Storage

With a storage capacity of 1.2 bcm this is the biggest underground gas storage facility in Poland built on a depleted gas field. It comprises…

ENECO Gas Storage Facility, Epe

The project comprises an unmanned underground gas storage facility near the city of Epe in the German federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia. The gas storage…
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Christian Heinz

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