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Transportation Notes

Transportation Notes

Maintenance on parts of Columbia Gulf's East Lateral system (Paradis Line) will begin Saturday, two days earlier than previously announced. Originally scheduled to begin May 10 (see Daily GPI, April 19), the work will take three to 10 days to complete and require about 65,000 dth/d to be shut in at 11 measurement stations.

PG&E Gas Transmission-Northwest anticipated putting its Stanfield (OR) Compressor Station back in service around 3 p.m. PDT Thursday. In preparation for its return, PG&E GT-NW, in cooperation with Northwest Pipeline, confirmed 27,445 dekatherms of receipt transactions above displacement into PG&E GT-NW at the Stanfield Meter Station for the beginning of Thursday's gas day. PG&E GT-NW took the station off-line after discovering contaminated oil in its lubrication system last week (see Daily GPI, May 4).

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