Tennessee lifted Wednesday an Imbalance Warning on Line 300 downstream of Station 313 but asked customers to match physical flow with scheduled quantities. The pipeline also delayed a line abandonment project on its 523M-7300 and 523M-7600 lines, previously scheduled from Wednesday through Sept. 29, until Saturday through Oct. 2. The work will cause the suspension of flows at four Vermilion meters offshore Louisiana, but no additional service impact is anticipated.

Destin reported being notified by the operator of the Pascagoula Gas Plant that all repairs at the plant have been completed and a Friday resumption of processing is anticipated. Destin said it will terminate an associated force majeure at the start of Friday’s gas day.

Southern has postponed planned maintenance at Wrens Compressor Station on the eastern end of its south system (see Daily GPI, Sept. 21) until Monday. However, demand still exceeds capacity in three groups, so a capacity allocation will remain in place for them until further notice, Southern said, but it will be increasing scheduled deliveries in those groups until the maintenance begins. When the maintenance begins next week, scheduled deliveries could be reduced east and south of Wrens by up to 75,000 Dth/d. Southern does not anticipate any impact to Firm Transportation but said interruptible services could be “significantly impacted.”

Transco said facility modifications on the Southeast Louisiana Lateral “A” line from valve 62A13 to valve 62A20 and the Raceland Lateral in Lafourche Parish, LA, are complete. Scheduling of receipt quantities from nine meters was restored Wednesday.

Correction: Questar‘s reservoir test at Clay Basin storage facility is scheduled for Oct. 1-13 instead of Oct. 1-31 as was reported Wednesday.

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