Accepting

Transportation Notes

ANR is not accepting nominations at the French Lick (IN) Meter Station, an interconnect with Texas Eastern, until further notice. The station has been shut in due to measurement problems, ANR said Friday.

December 8, 2003

Transportation Notes

Effective with Saturday’s gas day and until further notice, Northwest was not accepting injection requests for interruptible capacity in its Jackson Prairie Storage Facility. In addition, the pipeline said, all interruptible storage holders must eliminate any existing balances at Jackson Prairie by Aug. 31.

August 25, 2003

Transportation Notes

Saying Questar Crossover 16 receipt point gas quality was tested and adheres to its tariff standards (see Daily GPI, May 7), Northwest resumed accepting nominations there in Wednesday’s intraday cycle.

May 8, 2003

Transportation Notes

Effective with the start of Monday’s gas day, Texas Eastern was not accepting incremental IT nominations for delivery to Market Zone 3 (M-3). In addition, no due-shipper imbalance makeup gas was available in M-3. Affililate Algonquin restricted Monday all incremental forward-haul AIT and Authorized Overrun service anywhere on its system.

December 10, 2002

Transportation Notes

Tennessee reported completion of the Torrington Lateral project and is now accepting nominations at the Winsted and Torrington meters. The lateral originates in Massachusetts as a Zone 6 interconnect with Line 200 and go about 20 miles south to Torrington, CT.

August 20, 2002

Transportation Notes

MRT advised shippers Tuesday that effective immediately it is not accepting nominations that create a long imbalance on its system. Customers with current long positions are expected to correct their imbalance by the end of this week and to remain in balance for the rest of July. No-notice customers were reminded that they may change their no-notice option and allow storage injections to eliminate their imbalance.

July 25, 2001

Transportation Notes

MRT said Thursday it is not accepting any nominations thatcreate a short imbalance on its system, effective immediately.Currently short customers are expected to correct their position bythe end of the month and remain in balance. The pipeline remindedno-notice customers that they may change their no-notice option andallow storage withdrawals to eliminate any imbalance.

March 30, 2001

Transportation Notes

MRT said Wednesday it is not accepting nominations that create along imbalance on its system. Customers who are currently long areexpected to correct their imbalance position by the end of thisweek and to remain in balance for the rest of February. No-noticecustomers were reminded that they may correct imbalances bychanging their no-notice option and allowing storage withdrawals toeliminate the imbalance.

February 23, 2001

Pro-Rata Capacity Compensation Upheld on Tetco

FERC last week upheld its previous orders accepting TexasEastern Transmission’s tariff provisions that require emergencyshippers, such as hospitals, to reimburse non-emergency shippersjust for the loss of firm transportation capacity — not the lossof gas supply — stemming from pro-rata curtailments.

May 2, 2000

Transportation Notes

Kern River is accepting bids through this afternoon in an openseason for summer firm capacity from May 1 through Nov. 30. Theavailable space will vary by month, ranging from lows of 25 MMcf/din August and November to a high of 53 MMcf/d in May. The pipelinewill consider fixed-price and indexed bids. Call Jeff Leishman at(801) 584-6682 or Dave Stevens at -7101 for more information.

April 25, 2000