Noting forecasts of temperatures in the high 90s in Florida Tuesday and its linepack getting lower; Florida Gas Transmission issued an Overage Alert Day for market-area customers Tuesday with a 20% tolerance for negative daily imbalances.
Citing high hydrocarbon dew point (HDP) levels in the Gageby Creek section of its Southwest production area, ANR said it “is unable to meet delivery obligations and assure that gas is accepted for delivery.” Thus it set an HDP limit of 40 degrees Fahrenheit, effective Tuesday until further notice, for 10 receipt points (see the bulletin board for a list). “Failure to meet the established HDP limit may result in curtailment of the flowing gas and/or immediate shut in of the out-of-specification point,” the pipeline said.
Panhandle Eastern has scheduled an automation outage on the Greensburg Line that begins next Monday and is expected to last 19 days. The NNATL (Northern Natural) location will be unavailable during the June 27-30 and July 13-15 periods, Panhandle said.
Opal Plant operator Williams Field Services said “at this time nomination reductions will not be necessary” when Exterran performs six hours of maintenance set for June 27 at Ham’s Fork Compressor Station in the Ham’s Fork-Moxa field. Estimated impact will be 1.5 MMcf/d.
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