Reflecting the spread of East Coast chill further south, FloridaGas Transmission became the latest pipe to issue an OFO Friday.Citing significant market-area demand, FGT declared an OverageAlert Day notice for the system east of Station 12 in the FloridaPanhandle. It carried a 6% tolerance for negative daily imbalances.The pipeline also said it began maintenance Friday at Station 13.Until further notice the work will limit market-area deliveries to1.43 Bcf/d. Due to customer sourcing patterns having its SouthTexas, East Texas and M-1 (24-inch line) zones scheduled close tocapacity, Texas Eastern said Friday it is allowing due-shipperimbalance gas to be taken in those segments. All other servicepoints remain closed for taking due-shipper imbalances, Tetco said.

Because of nominations at capacity, Tennessee sealed the receiptside of its meter with Algonquin at Mahwah, NJ, Friday and will notaccept receipt nomination increases there until further notices.However, it continued to accept delivery nominations to Algonquin.

Zero IT will be available in the market area downstream of Station90 starting today, Transco said Friday. The pipeline had begunallowing 25,000 dth/d of IT through the Linden (NJ) Regulator Stationlast Wednesday (see Daily GPI, Jan. 19).

Based on the weather forecast, projected demand and systemconditions, Sonat said it expected to lift Sunday the OFO Type 3implemented Friday for seven delivery groups (see Daily GPI, Jan. 21) but to reimpose it again today. Itexpected capacity allocations for the Chattanooga Group to remain ineffect until further notice. Sonat was to begin performing compressormaintenance Sunday at the Muldon (MS) Storage Field that will continuethrough Feb. 20. The work constitutes a force majeure and may causecuts in the daily injection/withdrawal quantities of CSS customers,the pipeline said.

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