El Paso revised its schedule for North Mainline capacity reductions caused by continuing outages of Window Rock Station’s 5A and 6B units along with work on Line 1200 between Williams and Seligman Stations, Navajo Station inspections ordered by the federal Department of Transportation, and Leupp C and D Station modifications. The new dates and volume cuts (in MMcf/d) through the rest of this month are: Sept. 18-19, 150; Sept. 20, 300; Sept. 21-23, 55; Sept. 24-25, 65; Sept. 26-27, 170; and Sept. 28-30, 155. El Paso also postponed Line 1300 pigging between the Roswell and Caprock stations until Sept. 25-28, when San Juan Crossover capacity will be reduced by 50 MMcf/d.
Questar will take Eakin Station out of service for eight hours today and another eight hours Saturday to complete station modifications. During these periods Questar will be unable to accept Cycle 1 or Cycle 2 nominations to Muddy Creek; however, nominations to Naughton will be allowed.
Iroquois is accepting bids through 3 p.m. EDT Thursday for up to 17,102 Dth/d of Rate Schedule RTS capacity from the Shelton A receipt point to the Brookfield delivery point. Service would begin April 1, 2002 and end July 1, 2002.
Sea Robin has scheduled a pigging operation from the Vermilion 149 platform to shore. It is anticipated that there will be significant liquids recovered at the liquid separation facility. Offshore producers will experience higher daily pressure and pressure fluctuations during the work, which is scheduled to begin Oct. 15 and last three to seven days.
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