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Westcoast reported experiencing "some souring issues" at the McMahon Gas Plant. The plant was at zero throughput as of early Friday afternoon but was in the process of ramping operations back up, the pipeline said. Customers were not asked to adjust their McMahon business, but "upstream customers will experience higher pressures as we recover from this event," it added.

Dominion said it took Camden Station offline Friday afternoon due to a slip on the discharge line leading from the station. All production in Dominion bubbles 3306, 3307, 3401, 3402, 3403, 3404, 3406, 3407, 3408 and 3409 was required to shut in immediately until further notice.

ANR reduced Southwest Mainline (SWML) capacity Friday by 50 MMcf/d (leaving 670 MMcf/d available) due to an unforeseen engine outage at the Havensville (KS) Compressor Station. The reduction was expected to remain in place through Sunday (March 12) while repairs were made. Based on SWML nominations through Friday, ANR anticipated that the constraint would will result in curtailment of Firm Secondary and IT nominations.

NGPL said a gas quality problem was reported at the CenterPoint-Chitwood-Grady receipt point in Grady County, OK. Effective Monday until further notice, this point will be unavailable, NGPL said.

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