Southern California Gas kept a high-linepack OFO in place through Sunday before lifting it Monday.

Trunkline expects to complete all final repairs of a mainline rupture downstream of Cypress Station north of Houston (see Daily GPI, Nov. 10) in time to accept nominations for flow in the affected area at the start of Wednesday’s gas day.

Columbia Gulf reported Monday at a leak on the 24-inch line between Eugene Island 250 and the Bluewater Header (see Daily GPI, Nov. 18) has been repaired and it was accepting nominations again at 11 platforms that had been shut in by the work.

Citing equipment failure and unsafe working conditions, ANR suspended work Sunday on its riser at Eugene Island 199 offshore Louisiana and lifted all associated flow restrictions. The work, which had previously been planned for Nov. 20-28 (see Daily GPI, Nov. 16) will be rescheduled for the summer of 2005.

El Paso will take the #3 compressor at Roswell (NM) Station down Tuesday to investigate a vibration in the turbocharger, reducing San Juan Crossover capacity by 20 MMcf/d from a base capacity of 645 MMcf/d.

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