CenterPoint shippers are no longer under an Operational Alert that began last Tuesday due to unscheduled maintenance in the Perryville Hub area, the pipeline said Friday. The work previously had been expected to last until Saturday (see Daily GPI, Dec. 16).
CIG said Thursday evening it was canceling a force majeure declaration on a section of its 22-inch diameter 5A Line and restoring normal capacity at Kanda West and Lincoln Road (see Daily GPI, Dec. 17).
Southern California Gas said it had regained 630 MMcf/d of Wheeler Ridge border capacity Thursday after finishing anomaly repairs on Line 225.
Tennessee told customers Friday it was making "better than anticipated progress" on a Line 529D-100 levee relocation/pipe replacement project. Barring unforeseen complications, Tennessee anticipated completing the work by the start of Saturday's gas day and lifting service restrictions at the Toca Exchange meter in southeast Louisiana that day.
Rockies Express lifted a force majeure Friday morning that had been issued late Thursday afternoon due to mechanical issues on Unit #1 at the Blue Mound Compressor Station.
NGPL said it has changed the scope and impact for a pipe relocation project on its Gulf Coast #1 and #2 lines near Station 304 in Harrison County, TX (TexOk Zone). No shipper was impacted by the #1 Line work that started Thursday and will continue through Jan. 15, NGPL said. It has rescheduled the #2 Line relocation in the same area for Dec. 30-Jan.15; previously it had been planned for the same time as the #1 Line work. Except for one location in Harrison County and four more in Panola County, TX, that will not be available for flow, NGPL also expects that customers will not be affected during the #2 Line project.
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