Cold Weather Alert
Thursday, December 10, 2009
Updated: California Gas Transmission's Cold Weather Alert has ended.
---Original Message posted 12/06/09 at 5:25 p.m.---
Temperatures are dropping across the Pacific Gas and Electric Company service territory early next week, with the coldest temperatures expected on December 8 and 9. Noncore curtailments are not expected at his time, however they remain a possibility based on ever-changing weather conditions.
As mentioned in a recent article, CGT encourages customers to review the Getting Ready for Winter document . Getting Ready for Winter provides information on how to prepare for the possibility of an Operational Flow Order, Emergency Flow Order, Involuntary Diversion, or Local Curtailment.
As the winter season continues, Pipe Ranger will provide timely news of any events that may impact CGT's pipeline system.
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