Customer Curtailment Necessary for Tomorrow
Monday, January 16, 2012
PG&E's California Gas Transmission has called a local curtailment for tomorrow, Tuesday, January 17, 2012. This action is necessary due to much lower than normal temperatures forecast for tomorrow.
One or more customers will be impacted. PG&E is reaching out to those customers and their suppliers to communicate the noncore customer's maximum allowed gas usage for the curtailment period.
It is critical that all customers impacted by this curtailment utilize gas less than or equal to their maximum allowed usage. Noncompliance charges for each decatherm of usage in excess of the designated maximum allowed usage will be $50.00 plus the DCI. (The DCI is the PG&E Daily Citygate Index Price as published in Gas Daily, rounded up to the next whole dollar. If the price is not published on a given day, the previous published price will apply.) In order to protect its system, PG&E may temporarily shut off gas service to any customer that fails to comply with the curtailment order.
CGT is anticipating warmer temperatures and no further curtailments on Wednesday, January 18, 2012. CGT will provide updates on Pipe Ranger.
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