A high-inventory Stage 1 OFO implemented Sunday by Pacific Gas
& Electric was continued through Monday and today. Sunday's 15%
imbalance tolerance was reduced to 6% Monday, but the noncompliance
penalty remains at $1/dth. PG&E projected that its linepack
inventory would continue to be 200 MMcf or more above the utility's
target through Thursday.
Tennessee reported Monday it had completed rehab work on the El
Abanito Line in South Texas and was accepting nominations there
again. It reminded shippers that the Sun Line will be taken out of
service Wednesday to make the line "pigable." Four meters will be
affected by the Sun work, which is expected to end July 9.
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