Angus Energy (AIM: ANGS) is pleased to announce that the Company’s main 8-kilometre export line to Theddlethorpe’s National Grid Entry point has now been purged of nitrogen and pressured up to 60 barg with grid specification gas. Nitrogen is used for its inert properties to prevent corrosion within a pipeline during periods of shut-in.
Removal of nitrogen is one necessary preliminary step to being able to flow our own natural gas forward into the national transmission system.
With all hydrotesting and the bulk of nitrogen (leak and integrity) testing complete, we will now proceed to test skids individually for communication with the central computer system and function testing of all control elements.
Angus Energy Plc
Tel: +44 (0) 208 899 6380
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