After lifting an OFO Action Alert in downstream Zones 5 and 6 a day earlier, Tennessee proceeded to lift it Tuesday in all remaining zones in which the OFO had still been in effect (0, L, 1, 2, 3 and 4). However, an imbalance warning that was declared Oct. 2 remains in effect, the pipeline said.
Pacific Gas and Electric did not extend a systemwide high-inventory OFO beyond Tuesday.
Opal Plant operator Williams Field Services (WFS) said midnight Tuesday was its estimated time for restoration of full processing after Turbo Expander Plant 4 went down Monday, causing capacity constraints on downstream pipes. Nomination curtailments were being made in Cycle 4 (Intraday 2) for Monday and in Cycle 3 (Intraday 1) for Tuesday, WFS said.
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