Flows of feed gas to Freeport LNG dropped over the weekend to the lowest point since the facility restarted production earlier this year, according to pipeline data.

Volumes of feed gas on the Gulf South Pipeline system, Freeport’s primary supply route, dropped 76% between Saturday and Monday, according to NGI analysis of pipeline data from Wood Mackenzie. Flows to the Texas liquefied natural gas terminal averaged 1.38 Bcf/d from Sep. 1-8. Average flows from Sept. 9-11 were estimated at 320 MMcf/d.

Gulf South Pipeline LP, a unit of Boardwalk Pipeline Partners LP, published operational alerts on Saturday and Sunday notifying customers of a “failure to take confirmed quantities” to Freeport and a reduction in nominations.

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