Southern California Gas did not extend a high-linepack OFO beyond Friday.
For its Northern New York System, Dominion rescinded Saturday OFO #1 (FTNN Hourly Limit) and OFO #2 (Conform Transportation Services to Scheduled Nominations). Nine meters were affected.
Transwestern declared a force majeure at WT-2 Station due to repairs of a crack on the discharge header. WT-2 capacity was reduced from 550,000 MMBtu/d to 183,000 MMBtu/d for Friday’s gas day but was expected to return to full capacity Saturday. The capacity cut impacted 12 points in the area.
Tennessee reported an emergent unit outage at Compressor Station 17 Friday and said initial assessments indicated that the unit will require four days to a week for repairs. Effective with Friday’s Timely Cycle nominations, Tennessee began restricting services through a pro-rata portion of Secondary Out of the Path (Park & Loan Payback, IT-X, IT AOT, PAT, Payback to Tennessee, EDS/ERS, SOP) on nominations pathed through Station 17.
Sea Robin Pipeline said it was notified that the Hess-operated Sea Robin Gas Processing Plant, which was taken down for unexpected maintenance Wednesday (see Daily GPI, March 9), was tentatively scheduled to resume operations Sunday (March 11).
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