The working gas volume (WGV) is the amount of natural gas that can be injected, stored and withdrawn during the normal commercial operation of a natural gas storage facility. The definition of WGV is the total volume of a gas storage minus the cushion gas. The cushion gas is the gas that is required to stay in the gas storage to maintain adequate pressure and injection and withdrawal rates in the storage.
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