Northwest said it will use storage gas from its Jackson Prairie facility to mitigate any impact to customers as a result of maintenance scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday at Burley Compressor Station. Northbound flow capacity at Burley will remain at the design capacity of 539,000 Dth/d during this work, Northewest said.
After completing scheduled maintenance early at Oak Spring Station and restoring ML 104 capacity to the normal 385,000 Dth/d effective with Cycle 3 nominations Friday (see Daily GPI, Feb. 26), Questar reported a mechanical failure later that day at Oak Spring and cut ML 104 to 300,000 Dth/d again in Cycle 4 nominations, the pipeline said. Repairs were completed Saturday and ML 104 was reset to 380,000 Dth/d in Cycle 4 nominations that day, Questar said.
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