As part of its 823X-1300 Line abandonment project, Tennessee will suspend physical flow from Monday through Sept. 22 at the Vermilion 51 and McIlhenney RIP 823X 1351 meters. Additionally, Tennessee said, this project will result in the inability to flow north from the Bluewater Pipeline, and in the event of a “liquid upset” all meters on Bluewater may be required to shut in. The work was moved up from previously scheduled dates of Sept. 1-31.
El Paso will reduce its San Juan Basin and San Juan Mainline segments from an estimated base capacity of 2,800 MMcf/d by 204 MMcf/d on Aug. 25; otherwise, ongoing maintenance is causing capacity cuts of only 41 MMcf/d through the end of the month.
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