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Southern California Gas had a high-linepack OFO in effect for Friday and Saturday only before ending it Sunday.

Citing continued reduced system demand, Nicor Gas said revisions of pipeline caps on deliveries to its citygate will go into effect Tuesday. See the northern Illinois LDC's bulletin board for a chart of volumes allowed to six pipelines. NGPL will have the lion's share (634,000 MMBtu/d) of allowable deliveries up to a total limit of 850,000 MMBtu/d, Nicor said. "The cap levels are set at levels that are based on expected market demand, the need to maintain required storage withdrawals to ensure ongoing operational integrity of the reservoirs and the overall distribution of deliveries necessary to ensure the operational integrity of the Nicor Gas system," it said. Interruptible storage injection services at the Nicor Hub will remain unavailable until further notice, but withdrawal nominations will continue to be accepted.

Noting warmer temperatures in its market area, ANR advised customers that its ability to inject volumes into interruptible storage during the remainder of March will be limited, and thus it may be necessary to curtail injections under the DDS and MBS rate schedules as well as nominations for FSS overruns.

Tennessee reported the Saturday completion of an interconnect preparation project at Eugene Island 247 offshore Louisiana.

Rockies Express (REX) said it will perform periodic maintenance at Cheyenne Compressor Station in combination with a smart pig run through the section from Cheyenne to Julesburg Compressor Station, which is scheduled to begin March 30 and end April 14. Capacity through Segment 200 will be limited to 1,400,000 Dth/d during the outage, REX said. Based on the current level of nominations, AOR/IT, secondary and primary quantities are at risk of not being fully scheduled.

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