Northern Natural Gas is ending Tuesday a System Overrun Limitation in all market-area zones that had been in effect since last Thursday.

Citing revised forecasts of warming weather in its market areas, Northwest is lifting Tuesday an Overrun Entitlement for all points north of the Kemmerer Compressor Station, along with the Recall Advisory and OFO that was implemented at the Kemmerer and Roosevelt stations last Friday. Northwest said it had issued the OFO in order to reduce primary firm nominations through Kemmerer to the design capacity of 655,000 Dth/d.

TransCanada reported restoring service to Line 3 at the site of a Feb. 19 mainline rupture of Line 2 downstream of Station 75. Line 1 has been in service since Sunday, Feb. 20, TransCanada said, and with Line 3 operational again it will focus efforts on repairing Line 2. Discretionary (nonfirm) services through the impact area are being authorized again.

Westcoast issued a systemwide OFO effective Monday until further notice, saying linepack was expected to increase Monday and it needed to reduce linepack to accommodate mainline digs scheduled for later this week. The OFO applies only to shippers currently exceeding their positive imbalance tolerance by 10% (minimum 500 GJ), Westcoast said.

Tennessee said Friday night that due to completion of repairs to a valve leak between Main Line Valves 2-1 and 3-1, it was lifting the associated force majeure effective immediately and allowing physical flow at Meter 012425 to resume.

CIG said one unit at King Compressor Station in Wyoming has been taken out of service through Wednesday for cooling fan repairs, reducing station capacity from 150 MMcf/d to 100 MMcf/d. Firm capacity there currently is fully subscribed at the 150 MMcf/d level, CIG said.

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