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Transportation Notes

ANR said it has shut in the Contango Eugene Island 63/11 receipt point for pipeline repairs and is not accepting nominations there until further notice.

September 29, 2011

CPUC Juggles Gas-Fired Power Mix in SoCal

California regulators last Thursday agreed to shut two natural gas-fired electric generation units along the Southern California coast as a means of facilitating the development of a new gas-fired facility inland in eastern Los Angeles County.

June 1, 2011

Transportation Notes

ANR said unplanned pipe maintenance due to a possible leak at Eugene Island 188/189 offshore Louisiana is now expected to keep the point shut in until Sept. 30.

September 15, 2010

Transportation Notes

Northern Natural Gas, the operator of offshore Texas Matagorda Offshore Pipeline System (MOPS), said it was requiring the shut-in of all MOPS platforms by Tuesday afternoon due to potential hurricane activity in the Gulf of Mexico. Northern said it was beginning allocation of all scheduled MOPS volumes starting with the Intraday 1 nominations cycle for Tuesday’s gas day but anticipates a return to service Friday for those points based on forecasts of the storm’s path.

June 30, 2010

Transportation Notes

Due to unscheduled maintenance at Mississippi River Transmission’s (MRT) Fountain Hill facilities, MRT said it will need to shut them down for a 24-hour period sometime between May 19 and May 21. During this period MRT will be unable to inject into storage at Unionville and may not schedule any volumes that result in a daily long position or accept any makeup of short positions. MRT also may not schedule IT, AOR or secondary firm transportation volumes to storage or allocate secondary firm transportation on a no-notice basis.

May 12, 2010

Colorado Gas Output Up — Despite Lower Rig Count

More stringent drilling rules and low natural gas prices — which led to some well shut-ins last year — failed to deter Colorado’s natural gas production, which grew in 2009 from 2008, according to the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC).

February 8, 2010

Colorado Gas Output Up — Despite Lower Rig Count

More stringent drilling rules and low natural gas prices — which led to some well shut-ins last year — failed to deter Colorado’s natural gas production, which grew in 2009 from 2008, according to the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC).

February 8, 2010

Colorado Gas Output Up — Despite Lower Rig Count

More stringent drilling rules and low natural gas prices — which led to some well shut-ins last year — failed to deter Colorado’s natural gas production, which grew in 2009 from 2008, according to the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC).

February 8, 2010

What Storm? Most Points Fall Despite Ida Approach

Cash traders shrugged their shoulders at news that Gulf of Mexico (GOM) production was being shut in and personnel were being evacuated Sunday and Monday as Hurricane Ida approached the eastern GOM. In continuing to send most of the market lower again Monday, they preferred to concentrate on moderate weather outlooks for most areas and the previous Friday’s drop of 18.7 cents by November futures.

November 10, 2009

Rally in 2010 Gas Prices to Be Short-Lived, Analysts Say

The big, sustained rally in 2010 U.S. natural gas prices predicted by some on Wall Street likely will fizzle as soon as the uncompleted wells and shut-in supply flood back into the market, energy analysts said last week.

October 19, 2009