Southern California Gas said it regained a total of 340 MMcf/d of receipt capacity Wednesday at its Topock, AZ, border interconnects with El Paso and Transwestern following completion of anomaly repairs on Line 3000 that had required a reduction in line pressure. The work had begun Nov. 10.

Tennessee said Wednesday morning it had completed pigging operations on Line 547D-100 and allowed physical flow to resume at all six meters on the lateral.

NGPL reported a gas quality problem at the Noble Cameron receipt point in Cameron County, LA, and said the point will be unavailable effective Thursday until further notice.

Southern implemented capacity allocations in three system groups Wednesday and said it will do the same in 17 more groups (see bulletin board for list) Thursday.

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