TransGas is providing notice of upcoming outages on interconnecting pipelines. The restrictions may result in an impact to TransGas’ ability to meet NIT to TEP firm contracts. TransGas is working closely with the associated pipelines regarding timing and volumes impacted. During these planned outages, TransGas will attempt to coordinate system outages to avoid future outages in the area. If any Interruptible NIT to TEP flow is available, it will be offered through the regular process.
There has been an update since the last notice on March 9, 2021. The updates are shown in bold text below.
Gas Days March 2 – March 11, 2021 TC Energy Restrictions
TC Energy will be performing maintenance near the Unity border point. Based on current analysis and risks, NIT to TEP Customers will be restricted to a percent of their firm contracted capacity as noted in the table below. Note that this restriction estimate is subject to change (higher or lower); TransGas will be evaluating the situation daily and all efforts will be made to reduce customer impact.
|Dates (Gas Day)||All firm NIT to TEP contracts will be curtailed to:|
|March 2 - March 11, 2021||100%*|
* There is no firm contracted capacity restriction however it is kept on list as restriction estimates are subject to change
Gas Days March 16, 2021 – March 31, 2021 TC Energy Restrictions
TC Energy will be performing maintenance near the Unity border point. After reviewing a revised flow schedule, TransGas has no anticipated restrictions. Customers will be allowed to flow 100% of their contracted amount. Note that this percentage restriction estimate is subject to change. TransGas will continue to work diligently to minimize the impact to NIT to TEP shippers.
Thank you for your cooperation. TransGas will endeavor to keep you updated. If you have any questions or would like to discuss the implications of these outages please contact your Key Account Manager: