Tennessee lifted Thursday an OFO Action Alert for all balancing parties in Zones 5 and 6.
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Southwest Gas issued a Hold Burn to Scheduled Quantities notice, effective Monday, due to a low-linepack Alert Day that was declared by upstream pipeline Transwestern that afternoon (see Daily GPI, Dec. 6a). Southwest said it did not plan on flowing any gas from Transwestern for Monday’s gas day and therefore did not declare an OFO, but would issue an OFO “should this situation change.”
El Paso warned shippers of a potential Strained Operating Condition (SOC) being declared due to high linepack caused by actual takes below scheduled deliveries and supply basin receipts in excess of scheduled volumes. The Washington Range storage facility is in maximum injection mode, El Paso said, and it has contacted two points about their actual takes versus scheduled volumes and the possibility of them being subjected to a location-specific SOC.
Based on recent low linepack resulting from actual receipts into the system exceeded actual deliveries out of it, Gulfstream issued an Action Alert Monday requiring that positive imbalances not exceed 10% (or 1,000 Dth, whichever is greater). The alert will remain in effect until further notice.