Transco continues to ratchet upward IT availability into itsZone 6 market-area pool. Effective today until further notice, thepipeline said Monday, 100,000 dth/d each of interruptible capacitywill be available through the Linden (NJ) Regulator Station and forLeidy Line deliveries downtstream of the Centerville (NJ) RegulatorStation. It will offer another 100,000 dth/d of IT between Stations90 and 180 in Tiers I and II, but zero will be available in TierIII (Station 180 through East).
NOVA postponed maintenance outages on Units #1 and #2 at theBurton Creek Compressor Station, previously scheduled today andThursday respectively, until next month. Work is now scheduledtentatively for Feb. 3 (No.1) and Feb. 7 (No.2). Both outages havethe potential for IT restrictions, NOVA said.
El Paso said the Gallup (NM) Station’s B turbine will be downJan. 19-20, cutting San Juan Basin capacity by 80 MMcf/d.
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