El Paso said during its annual bottom-hole survey and emergency shutdown/Department of Transportation inspection at the Washington Ranch Storage Facility, scheduled for Monday through Sept. 19, its “operational flexibility will be extremely limited as no injection or withdrawal will be possible.” This is in addition to limitations from ongoing unscheduled anomaly remediations on Lines 1100, 1103 and 1110 between the Pecos River and Guadalupe compressor stations, El Paso said in an appeal to shippers asking them to stay balanced on transportation nominations during this time.

Gulf South said operations had returned to normal at the Burns Point and Enterprise processing plants in South Louisiana following Tropical Storm Lee disruptions and it was restoring flows Friday at all affected locations.

Rockies Express will perform maintenance Tuesday and Wednesday on its Lost Creek Booster Station, which will limit capacity at the Lost Creek Sweetwater receipt point to 110,000 Dth/d. Based on current nominations, AOR/IT and secondary quantities are at risk of not being fully scheduled, the pipeline said.

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