Wyoming’s natural gas – At a Glance October 26, 2004


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WYOMING’S NATURAL GAS – At a Glance

  • October 26, 2004


Introduction to the Authority



Overview



Natural Gas Pipelines & Volume of Remaining Supply (Tcf)

  • The pipeline system is underbuilt in relation to the natural gas resource in the Central Rocky Mountains. This gas supply is underutilized and undervalued as a consequence of lack of pipeline capacity.





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Wednesday, October 20, 2004

  • Wednesday, October 20, 2004

  • Cheyenne Hub – Rockport/Chalk Point

  • Design Volume (Mcf) 2,150,063

  • Operational Volume (Mcf) 2,170,757

  • Scheduled Volume (Mcf) 1,986,299

  • Est. Available Volume (Mcf) 184,459

  • % Utilized - 92%



Northern Wyoming



Wednesday, October 20, 2004

  • Wednesday, October 20, 2004

  • Colorado Interstate Gas to Montana (Summer Only)

  • Design Volume (Mcf) 105,000

  • Operational Volume (Mcf) 105,000

  • Scheduled Volume (Mcf) 92,270

  • Est. Available Volume (Mcf) 12,730

  • % Utilized - 88%



Southwest Wyoming



Wednesday, October 20, 2004

  • Wednesday, October 20, 2004

  • Kern River Gas Transmission to Salt Lake City

  • Design Volume (Mcf) 1,709,080

  • Operational Volume (Mcf) 1,990,000

  • Scheduled Volume (Mcf) 1,292,437

  • Est. Available Volume (Mcf) 697,563

  • % Utilized - 65%











Wyoming Vintage Production





Vintage Production – Major Production Areas





Vintage Production – County



Top Producing Fields – Sublette County





Rig Counts – Major Production Areas



Rig Counts - County



Future Commitments



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