Pacific Gas & Electric did not extend a high-inventory OFO beyond Saturday.

Due to third-party construction activity at Eugene Island 371, ANR said gas upstream of that location will be shut in Tuesday through Thursday this week. During this period ANR will be unable to accept nominations for flow into its system from Eugene Island 371, Eugene Island 371/Marco Polo and Eugene Island 371/Constitution.

NGPL plans to perform two hot taps May 23 to tie in new interconnects between the west side of Station 801 and east side of Station 801 (located in NGPL’s Midcontinent and TexOk zones). The pipeline expects this work to last 12-13 hours, during which five points will be unavailable for flow: NGPL said it is working with the operators of these points and does not expect the work to affect customers.

Columbia Gulf said it will begin accepting receipt nominations up to 10,000 Dth/d Tuesday from a Mustang Energy meter in Lafourche Parish, LA.

Wyoming Interstate Co.‘s Rio Blanco Meter Station will be out of service Tuesday and Wednesday, during which station volumes will go to zero.

Southern Natural Gas said it had completed work on the subsea connection between Main Pass 313 and the 20-inch diameter South Pass 62 Line and had resumed accepting nominations at the Main Pass 313-Chevron and Main Pass 313-Chevron Redelivery meters. The return to service of the Viosca Knoll 989-BP point depends on repairs to BP’s line, Southern said. It also reported completion of scheduled maintenance on the Mississippi Canyon 397 Line offshore Louisiana upstream of the Toca Compressor Station and said it is again accepting nominations at the Mississippi Canyon 397 point.

Gulf South reported being informed by Sinton receeipt point operator Enterprise Texas Pipeline that a shut-in of the point due to Enterprise Texas maintenance that started Friday has been extended through May 24. The work previously had been expected to be completed on May 18. Gulf South is not confirming nominations at this location during the outage.

Northwest will hold a 1:30-3 p.m. MDT conference call for all customers Tuesday to discuss options that would allow the pipeline to move approximately 1 Bcf of balancing gas from Clay Basin storage to Jackson Prairie storage. “Adequate balancing gas in Jackson Prairie going into the winter heating season is critical to 1) provide reliable firm service on a peak day, 2) provide balancing flexibility to reduce the likelihood, levels and duration of potential entitlements, and 3) mitigate OFOs through the Kemmerer Compressor Station,” Northwest said. “The economics of gas prices in the Rockies throughout this summer and fall indicate that north flow demands through the Kemmerer Compressor Station will exceed design capacity for the foreseeable future. Thus, it is critical that Northwest work with its customers to develop a strategy that will limit the net scheduled quantities to 640,000 Dth/d through the Kemmerer Compressor Station and to 400,000 Dth/d through the Meacham Compressor Station.” See the bulletin board for conference call details.

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