In an Operational Alert, CenterPoint said Saturday it was limiting delivery capacity at Columbia Gulf/Perryville (South) in northeast Louisiana to 250,000 Dth/d until further notice due to unscheduled maintenance at Delhi Compressor Station. CenterPoint anticipates that no IT capacity will be available at the point and, to the extent necessary, firm delivery nominations will be reduced and scheduled in accordance with the pipeline’s tariff. Shippers will be allowed to transport to non-Columbia Gulf/Perryville (South) secondary points in the Perryville Hub.
Questar will begin the spring reservoir test of its Clay Basin storage facility Tuesday; the test is scheduled to run through next Monday. The field will be in withdrawal-only mode for reservoir conditioning, and no injection nominations will be accepted, the pipeline said. It also reported having corrected an electrical issue at Clay Basin (see Daily GPI, March 21) and restored injection capacity to 350,000 Dth/d for FSS/ISS service and to 25,000 Dth/d for Park and Loan service effective with Cycle 3 nominations for last Friday’s gas day.
Dominion took its Leidy-Tamarack facility out of service Monday for storage performance testing. The outage is scheduled to last through Friday, during which gas receipts are being limited to Primary service only.
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