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Largest Lower-48 gas plant running smoothly after 6 months. Horner, N. et al. Oil and Gas Journal, 2 July 01, 99(27,) pp. 60 - 63.

Commercial operations for both the Alliance Pipeline from British Columbia to south of Chicago and the Aux Sable natural gas processing plant occurred on Dec. 1, 2000. The pipeline came up to its fully contracted flow of 1.3 bcfd.
Presented here are the background and major challenges for the Aux Sable plant, which at 2.1 bcfd design capacity is the largest in the US Lower 48.

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