After ending a previous Imbalance Warning in Zones 5 and 6 Tuesday, Tennessee implemented a new one Thursday in those zones. Conditions are the same as in the previous Imbalance Warning (see Daily GPI, Jan. 13). Based on currently available information, Tennessee now estimates that it will be able to place the Line 4 section between Main Line Valves (MLV) 208 and 209 back into service in a manner that will allow receiving volumes again from Rockies Express (REX) no earlier than mid-February. Line 4 was shut in and deliveries from REX at their Glouster, PA, interconnect were halted following a November rupture near MLV 205-4 in Morgan County, OH.
Southern will cancel Friday a Type 3 OFO restricting deliveries to 16 system groups.
Although Gulfstream did not call it an Operations Advisory related to high linepack when a cautionary message was issued Tuesday, the pipeline said it was ending such an Operations Advisory Thursday.
Trunkline said due to unscheduled maintenance, an outage at Independence Compressor Station required the pipeline to not accept IT or secondary outside the path nominations through Independence from Thursday until further notice.
Northwest said interruptible storage services became available Thursday at the Jackson Prairie facility until further notice.
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