Tornado idles Devon's Cana gas plant

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, May 27 –
Devon Energy Corp. expects its new 200 MMcfd gas processing plant near Calumet, Okla., to be idle for up to 3 months for repairs to damage described as “significant” from a May 24 tornado.

The company continues to produce 100 MMcfd of natural gas and 5,000 b/d of natural gas liquids from Cana field, a development of the Cana-Woodford shale.

Devon brought the plant online last year with capacity expandable to 600 MMcfd (OGJ, Nov. 8, 2010, Newsletter).

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