PG&E Reduces Pipes for Testing; New Gas Unit Formed

San Francisco-based Pacific Gas and Electric Co. (PG&E) has reduced the number of previously designated natural gas transmission pipeline segments requiring hydrostatic testing and put in place a separate gas operations group in its combination utility, according to a PG&E spokesperson.

June 20, 2011

Transportation Notes

NGPL said its hydrostatic testing on the Amarillo Mainline #3 north and south of Station 195 in Washington County, KS is running into delays and is now expected to be completed Aug. 15 instead of this past Friday as previously scheduled. ITS/AOR and Secondary out-of-path services are unavailable in the affected area during this work. The pipeline also postponed a caliper pig run from Station 104 to Station on the Amarillo Mainline #3 from July 27-28 until Aug. 17. No impact on service is anticipated from this pig run.

August 1, 2005

Transportation Notes

Florida Gas Transmission said a Zone 1 constraint resulting fromhydrostatic testing immediately downstream of Station 4 in MatagordaCounty, TX will be completed by Thursday and it is accepting all Zone1 nominations for that gas day. The maintenance period, which beganOct. 20, 2000 and was originally scheduled to end Dec. 1, 2000, wasextended several times (see Daily GPI, Jan.24).

February 7, 2001