Florida Gas Transmission did not extend a two-day Overage Alert for market-area customers beyond Wednesday.
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In the article “New Mexico Lawmakers Set Probe of February Gas Outages” (see Daily GPI, March 15), NGI incorrectly stated that a February natural gas service outage left “40,000” New Mexico Gas Co. customers without service. The correct number was 28,000 outages caused by the severe freeze (Feb. 1-3). NGI regrets the error.
Texas Eastern (TE) said it has an ongoing outage between Chambersburg and Lambertville through May 16. As a result, the pipeline has scheduled and sealed nominations for transportation and delivery between Chambersburg and Lambertville on the 36 inch CRP line. No increases in deliveries between Chambersburg and Lambertville will be accepted.
Northwest reported encountering numerous difficulties due to terrain conditions in the rerouting of its 22-inch diameter mainline near Boise, ID. As a result, the corresponding outage has been moved from Wednesday of this week to Nov. 18, and in an effort to reduce customer impacts, Northwest has also rescheduled a Lava Hot Springs Compressor Station engine exchange to Nov. 18-19. Anomaly investigations between the Cisco and Moab compressor stations are still under evaluation, the pipeline said. At this time Northwest does not anticipate any customer impacts related to this project but said that if this outlook should change, it will notify customers as soon as possible.
Approximately 47.7% of Gulf of Mexico (GOM) gas production is shut in out of normal production of 7.4 Bcf/d, and it is estimated that 58.8% of oil production in the GOM is shut in out of regular production of 1.3 million b/d, Minerals Management Service (MMS) reported Wednesday.
CIG declared a force majeure event after an unexpected outage at Kim Compressor Station, located on the Campo Lateral (CS1) constraint point. Engine components must be sent to an external repair facility, CIG said, and it estimated the station’s return to service at approximately one week. Capacity at CS1 was reduced from 414 MMcf/d to 355 MMcf/d Thursday.
Independence Hub in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico is back up to moving 900 MMcf/d after an extended outage that was duly noted by the gas market. Anadarko Petroleum Corp. said last Monday that repairs to the Independence Trail pipeline and subsequent testing were successful.
Independence Hub in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico is back up to moving 900 MMcf/d after an extended outage that was duly noted by the gas market. Anadarko Petroleum Corp. said Monday that repairs to the Independence Trail pipeline and subsequent testing were successful.