Citing limited operational flexibility to manage imbalances over the long holiday weekend, Tennessee issued a systemwide Balancing Alert for Saturday that required all delivery point operators to keep actual daily takes from the system equal to or greater than scheduled quantities, and all receipt point operators to keep actual daily receipts into the system equal to or less than scheduled quantities. The requirement applied in each case regardless of the operator's cumulative imbalance position.
After discovering several mainline dents near the Soda Springs Compressor Station, Northwest said Friday it had removed the segment from service and was conducting investigations, during which available capacity at Soda Springs would be limited to 497,000 Dth/d. With current nominations there around 501,000 Dth/d, beginning Saturday nominations in excess of 497,000 Dth/d would be allocated according to the priority of service, Northwest said.
CIG said it was canceling Saturday a force majeure declared April 29 at Table Rock Compressor Station and increasing capacity through the station from 3 MMcf/d to the pre-force majeure operational capacity of 61.4 MMcf/d.
Gulfstream rescheduled a suspension of receipts at the Destin Pascagoula Plant location for tie-in work until June 14-15; the project previously was planned for June 4-5 (see Daily GPI, May 25).
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