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Southern California Gas ended a high-linepack OFO after it had been in effect for Saturday only.

Pacific Gas and Electric said a pressure reduction on Line 300 has limited its California Gas Transmission system's Baja Path capacity to 950 MMcf/d since last Friday. "The duration of this reduction is unknown at this time pending engineering assessment but is expected to last through October," the utility said.

Due to a mechanical failure at its Clay Basin storage facility, Questar reduced total injection capacity Saturday until further notice to 325,000 Dth/d.

Due to a fire and the resulting damage to unit #3 at Station Camp Compressor Station in Estill County, KY, Columbia Gas issued a force majeure Friday and said the incident has created an inability to flow 100% of the firm gas behind Station Camp on Line KA-1. No estimate of the time needed for repair was available. Columbia said it had reduced capacity Saturday at five meters from the firm contract level.

NGPL has extended the expected end date of installation of pigging facilities on its Moraine Lateral in Lake County, IL, through June 13; the work, which began May 6 and requires the shut-in of three locations, previously had been scheduled to last through June 2.

TransCanada is holding an open season through 8 a.m. MDT May 24 for nonrenewed existing capacity that will become available on its mainline starting Nov. 1. See the bulletin board for details.

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