PG&E declared a system-wide OFO with a 3% tolerance with a
Stage I non-compliance charge of $1.00/Dth due to high inventory.
Transwestern's Bisti compressor station will be down for about
24 hours beginning at 9 CCT Sept. 20 for unit maintenance affecting
75,000 MMBtu/d. Work was completed on three units yesterday on the
Bloomfield compressor station, and the units are on line.
Panhandle Eastern and Trunkline Gas will leave the LINK
electronic bulletin board system of Duke Energy and change over to
the Messenger bulletin board system of CMS Energy Oct. 18. At the
same time, the pipelines will begin a phased implementation of new
GISB-compliant Internet screens.
From Sept. 7 through 30, ANR will upgrade the E.G. Hill
Compressor Station. For the first 10 days of work, no horsepower
will be available, which will result in zero volumes for GPM's
Sherman Plant. For the period Sept. 17 through 30, capacity will be
limited to only six out of 11 engines available of which three can
pump volumes from GPM's Sherman Plant and three can pump volumes
from Gageby Creek.
From Sept. 7 through 30, ANR will work on the Southwest
Mainline. ANR's compressor station at Greensburg, KS, will be off
line as will the Havensville, KS, station. Mainline work could
result in flow reductions of 25 to 50 MMcf/d, which should only
impact interruptible/secondary nominations.
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