Opal Plant operator Williams Field Services (WFS) said Tuesday afternoon existing cold in the plant area and “the projected extremely cold weather forecast going into the long holiday weekend may require WFS to make nomination reductions. These cuts would be due to the potential for current and future [equipment] freeze-offs. We are encouraging all customers to nominate the gas they believe is currently flowing.” WFS also advised customers to rank the gas they would prefer to have cut if that became necessary.

Northwest said Tuesday that in the past several days primary firm scheduled volumes through Roosevelt Compressor Station had exceeded the design capacity of 546,000 Dth/d and current operational capacity of 550,000 Dth/d. In the Timely cycle for Wednesday’s gas day the scheduled quantity was 592,000 Dth, Northwest said, adding that it was issuing a Recall Advisory and declaring an OFO for the station that would become effective Saturday (Nov. 27) until further notice. See the bulletin board for conditions regarding the two actions.

CenterPoint reported completing Wednesday an unscheduled in-line inspection of Line CP that began Nov. 16 and said shippers are no longer under an associated Operational Alert.

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