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Citing "very cold weather projections in the Pacific Northwest over the next few days and record low throughput volumes across the Canadian border," Northwest declared a Stage II (8%) Overrun Entitlement for Receiving Parties on the Wenatchee Lateral and a Stage III Overrun Entitlement (13%) for all other Receiving Parties located north of the Kemmerer (WY) Compressor Station for the gas days of Wednesday and Thursday. Northwest said its tariff provides that an Overrun Entitlement will subject a receiving party to penalties if the party's takes of gas exceed its confirmed nominations by more than the allowed threshold percentage. Northwest said it "encourages customers to secure adequate supplies from Canadian supply sources during this cold period."

Florida Gas Transmission ended on Thanksgiving Day an Overage Alert Day that had been initiated Tuesday (Nov. 21).

Due to unplanned engine outages, ANR said Monday it was beginning repairs at its St. John (IN) Compressor Station that are reducing total St. John west-to-east capacity by 115 MMcf/d (leaving 1,190 MMcf/d available) through Friday. Based on current nominations along the Michigan Leg, ANR anticipated that the reduction may result in the curtailment of Firm Secondary and IT nominations.

Dominion said it will begin testing Maxwell Station Tuesday and when the testing is completed later this week or early next week, producers will be notified that they can start turning back on-line in bubbles 3214 and 4401. Dominion also said it will take Orma Station out of service for one to two days starting Tuesday, and although no production shut-ins are required at this time, producers in several bubbles will see higher line pressures during the outage.

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