Florida Gas Transmission ended Tuesday an Overage Alert Day notice that was initiated last Thursday. However, FGT said Tuesday afternoon it had been notified by Gulf South that unscheduled maintenance was necessary early Wednesday morning on the Gulf South/ Florida Gas Mobile Bay Lateral, affecting seven meters. Thus, FGT was not confirming any scheduled volumes on the lateral for Wednesday's gas day. That factor and forecasts of another cold front moving into northern Florida by the end of the week prompted the pipeline to warn that it "may issue an Overage Alert Day on one of the upcoming gas days to ensure that FGT's linepack does not drop to lower levels."
Noting the colder-than-normal temperatures in much of its market area over the past week and anticipating "this weather pattern to continue for at least another week," Transco said Tuesday it will continue to disallow due-shipper imbalance make-up nominations until further notice. Also, a 1% scheduling tolerance at pooling points will remain in place and will apply to both positively scheduled and negatively scheduled pools, the pipeline said.
NOVA will begin in-line inspection at 4 p.m. MST Friday on its 20-inch Peace River Mainline. The work, which is expected to end Jan. 19 at 8 a.m., will result in a 56.2 % firm service allowable in the area.
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