Tennessee said Tuesday it was lifting an Imbalance Warning in all zones, but it continued to ask customers to match physical flow with scheduled quantities.
Noting that it was performing anomaly investigations near the Kemmerer (WY) Compressor Station through Oct. 1, Northwest said in an update that it had previously identified several anomalies requiring a reduction of available capacity at Kemmerer to 470,000 Dth/d through Friday. “The ongoing work has created additional pressure restrictions for live-line excavations that will limit the available capacity to 544,000 Dth/d” during the Sept. 11-17 period, Northwest said. It will raise available capacity to 579,000 Dth/d Sept. 18-30 and will make full design capacity of 655,000 Dth/d available again Oct. 1.
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