Noting that the force majeure declared Monday at Cheyenne Compressor Station remains in effect, Rockies Express (REX) said it had completed an assessment and procured the necessary parts to repair the impacted compressor unit. REX said it had begun removing the damaged transformer Tuesday, “but given the potential for adverse weather conditions, resumption of service is now anticipated to occur on or about Sunday” instead of Thursday as previously hoped. Until further notice nominated quantities through Segment 200 will be limited to 1,550,000 Dth/d, which means AOR/IT, secondary and primary FT volumes are at risk of not being fully scheduled, the pipeline said. Also, REX said it has canceled March 16-17 maintenance at Wamsutter Compressor Station that had been announced last month.
ANR said Tuesday it had shut in the South Marsh Island 111 receipt point until further notices due to gas quality issues.
Maintenance on one of the compressors at its Clay Basin storage facility has been completed, increasing injection capacity to 240,000 Dth/d, Questar said. In addition, it has determined that about 60,000 Dth/d of withdrawal nominations will be in place through the beginning of reservoir conditioning set for March 24, which will allow Questar to net in all nomination cycles to about 300,000 Dth/d of injections. However, in the event the withdrawal nominations decrease, Questar said will schedule injections down accordingly but not to less than 240,000 Dth/d.
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