Florida Gas Transmission tightened the negative imbalance tolerance on last week’s Overage Alert Day notice to 5% Sunday, then loosened it again to 15% Monday before lifting the notice Tuesday.
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Florida Gas Transmission tightened the tolerance for negative daily imbalances from 15% to 10% Thursday in its Overage Alert Day notice. The notice began Monday. In addition, FGT reported “experiencing decreased supplies at several major interconnects due to the colder than normal temperatures. There is a potential for supply reductions due to freeze-offs at the wellheads.” It urged customers to contact their suppliers for updated information on production-area receipts, and said it “will follow allocation procedures that maximize supply on its system and assure actual flows match scheduled volumes.”
Florida Gas Transmission kept an Overage Alert Day notice for its market area in place through at least Friday and further tightened the tolerance for negative daily imbalances from 10% to 5%. FGT also said that as a result of the cold weather in Florida, it postponed the Phase V expansion-related work at Compressor Station 14 that had been scheduled for the Jan. 5-6 weekend (see Daily GPI, Dec. 19, 2001). The two-day Station 14 work is now set to begin Wednesday.