Citing its current and projected storage inventory, ANR notified storage customers under its DDS and MBS rate schedules that effective last Tuesday, it must limit their account activity to zero net injections through Oct. 31, the end of the traditional injection season. ANR said it will continue to allow DDS/MBS injections "provided that an equal or greater amount of gas is withdrawn" prior to Nov. 1. "Please be advised that daily operating conditions and firm service confirmations will determine the daily level of interruptible storage activity allowed."
A few hours after saying that starting Thursday it would raise the amount of nominations it will accept for Egan Hub Storage to 200,000 Dth/d, Columbia Gulf sent another notice advising customers that due to gas quality issues, it would limit Egan nominations to 50,000 Dth/d Thursday. Then a few minutes later, again citing gas quality issues, the pipeline followed up with a notice saying effective Friday until further notice, it will not accept any Egan nominations.
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