Transportation Notes

Due to a possible leak, ANR has shut in the offshore Garden Banks 426 receipt point until further notice.

November 16, 2011

Transportation Notes

Transwestern issued a high-linepack Alert Day notice Sunday but lifted it on Monday.

September 7, 2011

Transportation Notes

Southern California Gas said it regained a total of 340 MMcf/d of receipt capacity Wednesday at its Topock, AZ, border interconnects with El Paso and Transwestern following completion of anomaly repairs on Line 3000 that had required a reduction in line pressure. The work had begun Nov. 10.

January 6, 2011

Transportation Notes

Without explaining further, Transwestern said it was lifting Tuesday a force majeure at the P-3 (Pampa) Compressor Station (see Daily GPI, Oct. 7). An inquiry on whether the station’s normal capacity had been restored was not answered.

October 8, 2008

Transportation Notes

Transwestern said it would complete resolution of a force majeure event at Compressor Station 2 near Flagstaff, AZ (see Daily GPI, March 18) by Thursday evening and was accepting Timely cycle nominations for Friday’s gas day on its Thoreau/West system up to the normal capacity of 1,220,000 MMBtu/d.

March 24, 2008

Transportation Notes

Transwestern said a force majeure event at Compressor Station 2 near Flagstaff, AZ, caused the station to be taken out of service for repairs during the weekend. The outage is reducing Thoreau/West system capacity from to about 1,075,000 MMBtu/d through Tuesday, the pipeline said. It expects to restore Thoreau/West to its original capacity of 1,220,000 MMBtu/d Wednesday.

March 18, 2008

Penn Virginia Acquires Transwestern Pipe Assets for $15M

Penn Virginia Resource Partners LP said Friday its subsidiary PVR Midstream LLC has acquired pipeline and compression facilities in Texas and Oklahoma from Transwestern Pipeline Co. LLC for $15 million in cash. The acquisition consists of 115 miles of 12- and 16-inch pipelines and 4,400 horsepower of compression and related facilities located in Hemphill and Lipscomb counties in Texas and Beaver, Ellis, and Roger Mills counties in Oklahoma.

July 5, 2006

Transportation Notes

Transwestern will reduce WT-2 Station capacity by 120,000 MMBtu/d Thursday due to unplanned maintenance involving repair of a cooling tube. Ten points will be affected by the cut. WT-2 will return to normal capacity of 600,000 MMBut/d Friday.

September 15, 2005

Transportation Notes

Transwestern is conducting turbine meter cleaning and inspections on its San Juan Lateral. The work will limit New Mexico measurement points PNM/Blanco and TransColorado to maximum flows of 100,000 MMBtu/d each Thursday and WFS Kutz to 54,000 MMBtu/d Friday. Flow at Colorado measurement points will be limited to 200,000 MMBtu/d each at Northwest Pipeline Monday and at WFS Ignacio Tuesday.

September 12, 2002

Transportation Notes

Transwestern said Friday a force majeure outage of its Crawford Lateral that started July 3 (see Daily GPI, July 8) has been extended through Monday. It will be accepting Timely cycle nominations for the lateral for Tuesday’s gas day.

July 22, 2002
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