Forecasted weather for the next few days indicates colder than normal temperatures in the Front Range of Colorado, CIG said. With the Fort Morgan Storage Field in Morgan County, CO, shut in due to a well leak (see Daily GPI, Oct. 25), the pipeline has its storage withdrawal capability reduced by about 51%. Storage customers have 49% of their ADWQ (Average Daily Withdrawal Quantity) available until further notice and should adjust flowing supplies to ensure that withdrawals remain at or below their revised contractual limits, CIG said. Additionally, CIG will not be able to approve payback nominations from the pipeline. A spokesman said Thursday the number of area families evacuated due to the leak had risen to 13, and some (but not all yet) were being allowed to return to their homes on a case-by-case basis. There is no projection for when repairs to the well will be completed and service restored at the Fort Morgan field, he said.
Due to inclement weather conditions, two days of maintenance at the Carthage Junction Compressor Station that had been set to begin Thursday has been postponed by one day, Gulf South said. The work was rescheduled for Friday and Saturday and could reduce capacity through the station by as much as 75,000 Dth/d, it added.
Columbia Gulf said it was accepting receipt nominations at the Tennessee Egan meter in South Louisiana effective Thursday.
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