Natural gas wellhead freeze-off happens when outside temperatures drop below freezing in producing fields. . If the wellhead is not protected then water and other liquids in the gas can freeze and block the flow of gas. The consequences range from minor inconvenience to major reductions in natural gas production and power outages affecting millions of customers. Today we put on our hat and gloves to find out how, why and when freeze-offs happen.
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