MRT lifted Thursday a System Protection Warning that had been in effect for the previous two days.
Due to an engine failure, ANR began unplanned repairs Wednesday at St. John Compressor Station in Indiana, which reduced total St. John west-to-east capacity by 115 MMcf/d (leaving 1,190 MMcf/d available). The work is expected to last through Sunday, and based on current nominations along the Michigan Legs, ANR expects that it will result in the curtailment of IT and Firm Secondary nominations.
Panhandle Eastern rescheduled an outage of Montezuma Station for discharge header piping tie-ins on the 200 Line to begin May 14; the work previously had been set for April 30. It is expected to last five days and will limit capacity through Montezuma to 1,250 MMcf/d.
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