Florida Gas Transmission continued an Overage Alert Day notice (seeDaily GPI, May 25) through Thursday anduntil further notice, but loosened the tolerance for negative dailyimbalances slightly to 3%.
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Citing significant demand, Florida Gas Transmission issued anOverage Alert Day notice Tuesday for its market area. The noticehad a 10% tolerance for negative daily imbalances, but FGTsaid itmay reduce the percentage if conditions do not improve. Thepipeline, which previously re-evaluated system operations eachmorning before announcing whether an OAD would be extended, nowsays the notices will remain in effect “until further notice.”
Florida Gas Transmission issued an Overage Alert Day noticeTuesday morning for that gas day and extended the notice through atleast today. Citing significant demand in its market area, FGTapplied the notice to the downstream segment east of Station 12 innorth-central Florida. The notice carried a 6% tolerance fornegative daily imbalances; however, FGT said if conditions do notimprove, it may cut the percentage prior to the start of today’sgas day.
Florida Gas Transmission lifted Thursday an Overage Alert Daynotice (see Daily GPI, March30). However, a weekend pipe replacement project between Stations12 and 13 in north-central Florida will limit market area deliveriesto 1.15-1.25 Bcf/d, down from the normal 1.4 Bcf/d. Thus the pipelineis reinstating the OAD notice for today through Sunday. The tolerancefor negative daily imbalances will be 6% today and tighten to 4%Saturday and Sunday.
Citing “significant” market area demand, Florida GasTransmission issued an Overage Alert Day notice, with a 6%tolerance for daily negative imbalances, Wednesday for its segmenteast of Station 12 in north-central Florida. The pipeline willreevaluate conditions this morning before deciding whether toextend the notice.
Shortly after canceling an Overage Alert Day notice (see Daily GPI,Feb.1), Florida Gas Transmissionreported experiencing enough market-area demand to reinstate thenotice Tuesday east of Station 13 in northern Florida. As with theearlier one, the OFO carries a 6% tolerance for negative imbalances.