Pacific Gas and Electric Co.'s California Gas Transmission declared a high inventory systemwide operational flow order for Thursday's gas day. The OFO has a 5% tolerance and $1/Dth penalties for noncompliance.
Northwest Pipeline said it is unable to make rate through its Kemmerer Compressor Station due to high line pack in the midsection of the system. Therefore, it will be cutting all alternate capacity through its Roosevelt Compressor Station in an attempt to reduce line pack. Northwest will begin scheduling alternate capacity as soon as operational conditions can accommodate customers' alternate nomination requests. It will also cut alternate gas as necessary to remediate the overscheduling at Kemmerer.
ANR is working on several engines at its St. John and Bridgman compressor stations along the Michigan Leg South in the Northern Fuel Segment (ML-7), which will reduce the total St. John west-to-east capacity by 150 MMcf/d (leaving 1,155 MMcf/d available) Nov 8-10. Based on current nominations, it is anticipated that the reductions will result in the curtailment of firm secondary and IT nominations.
Starting for Thursday's gas day, Tennessee said it will accept nominations for interruptible storage (IS) injections across its system.
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