Public Service Co. of Colorado and Cheyenne (WY) Light Fuel andPower will continue to refuse imbalance payback gas at leastthrough today’s gas day. If operational constraints from warmregional weather continue, the two utilities said, the paybackrestriction will be extended.
CIG said it was unable to predict “at this time” when an OFOimplemented last Thursday due to warm weather and high storageinventories (see Daily GPI, Nov. 11) would be lifted. However, itwill update the OFO status in a bulletin board posting Friday.
El Paso provided these updates on maintenance work (associatedvolume constraints in parentheses): Hackberry #2 turbine throughNov. 22 (North Mainline, 100 MMcf/d); Navajo 1D turbine throughNov. 30 (North Mainline, 60 MMcf/d); Bondad 2A turbine Nov. 29-30(Bondad Station limited to 465 MMcf/d); and Roswell #2 compressorNov. 29-Dec. 2 (San Juan Crossover, 30 MMcf/d).
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