Williams Field Services (WFS) will perform emergency maintenance Thursday on the Turbo Expander Plant 5 unit at Opal Plant to remove a freeze in the gas-to-gas exchanger, according to a posting on the Kern River bulletin board. Estimated impact will be 90 MMcf for Thursday’s gas day, WFS said. Barring unforeseen delays, nominations can return to pre-maintenance levels beginning Friday, it added.

Citing limited operational flexibility, Tennessee said it is not accepting nominations for Parks or Loan Payback services until further notice.

Southern California Gas reported regaining 300 MMcf/d of border delivery capacity Wednesday at the Ehrenberg and North Baja receipt points after completing work that began a month ago on Line 5000 between the Blythe and Moreno Regulator stations.

Due to meter issues, ANR is restricting receipt capacity to 1 MMcf/d at the Ship Shoal 219 location offshore Louisiana from Wednesday through Friday this week. ANR also said it will continue to restrict all daily activity for DDS and MBS storage customers through the end of October and into November until further notice. All DDS and MBS account inventory levels must remain at a volume of zero during this period, the pipeline added.

Pacific Gas and Electric said injections have returned to normal at McDonald Island Storage Field on its California Gas Transmission system after the facility experienced an “odorant system upset.”

Gulf South began about two weeks of pigging maintenance Tuesday on its Index 301-8-20 segment (Hatters Pond) in Mobile County, AL. The Hatters Pond Gas Plant Outlet meter will be unavailable during the work, Gulf South said, while the operator of the Salco (Clark Mobile) City Gate meter will be re-sourcing supplies.

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