b'PIPELINE EMERGENCY RESPONSE GUIDELINESAppendix EStorage FacilitiesStorage is an essential component in our nations energy supply chain.Storage facilities supplement the pipeline system and ensure that sufficient supplies are available throughout the year to meet the publics needs.In addition, storage facilities help stabilize energy costs and can soften the impacts of price volatility in wholesale markets.Products transported in pipelines are typically stored in tanks or in underground geologic formations that serve as storage reservoirs.Certain types of products are better suited for specific types of facil-ities. The table below lists the various products and common methods for storing those products: Product *GuideFormLocationFacilityPressureAnhydrous Ammonia125LiquidAbovegroundTankUp to 300 psigCarbon Dioxide120LiquidAbovegroundTankUp to 2200 psigEthanol 127LiquidAbovegroundTankAtmosphericHydrogen Gas115GasAbovegroundTankUp to 10,000 psigGasUndergroundReservoirUp to 5000 psigNatural Gas115 LiquidAtmosphericAbovegroundTank(LNG) 260 FAbovegroundTank150250 psigPetroleum Gas115Liquid (LPG)UndergroundReservoir150250 psigAbovegroundTankAtmosphericPetroleum Liquids128LiquidReservoirAtmosphericUndergroundTankAtmospheric* Refer to Product and Facilities section for detailed product information38 2022 by Pipeline Association for Public Awareness'