Pacific Gas & Electric did not extend a customer-specific low-inventory OFO beyond Thursday.
NGPL noted that based on expected nomination levels, it had not anticipated any scheduling impact from spike pressurization testing planned for March 1-April 7 on the Gulf Coast #3 Main Line north of Station 303 (Segment 26 of its TexOk Zone). However, actual nominations for March in this area have determined that scheduling Segment 26 southbound transport will be affected, it said. Effective Friday until further notice, ITS/AOR and Secondary out-of-path transport service southbound through Station 302 into Segments 25 or 22 will be unavailable.
Gulf South has rescheduled a one-day pigging of Index 131, its 12-inch diameter line from Lafayette to Weeks Island in South Louisiana, to March 9. The project previously had been set for March 7 (see Daily GPI, Feb. 28).
NOVA said there is potential for IT restrictions March 6-10 at its Alberta Eastern Gate (EGAT) due to required maintenance at Hussar B Compressor Station. The EGAT capability is as low as 7,872 MMcf/d with zero storage withdrawals and seasonal intra-Alberta demand, NOVA said, although withdrawals from storage or reduced intra-Alberta deliveries may increase EGAT capability depending on the location. It said Empress and McNeill (EGAT) demand during February ranged from 7,343 MMcf/d to 8,225 MMcf/d with an average of 7,943 MMcf/d.
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