Redwood Path and Independent Storage Provider Allocation
Sunday, June 30, 2013
California Gas Transmission customers should be aware that due to hot weather-fueled increased demand and Redwood being the preferred path, we are currently allocating as-available capacity on the Redwood path per Gas Rule 14 .
Wild Goose Storage withdrawals, Lodi Gas Storage withdrawals, Central Valley Gas Storage withdrawals, and as-available Redwood path supplies flowing from Malin and Onyx Hills all compete for the same as-available pipeline space.
When nominated volumes from these sources exceed the capability of the Line 400/401 system, CGT allocates as-available Redwood transportation, Wild Goose Storage net withdrawals, Lodi Gas Storage net withdrawals, and Central Valley Gas Storage net withdrawals pro rata based on those nominated volumes.
Capacity continues to be available on the Baja path.
We ask customers to pay increased attention to matching supply to usage in order to minimize imbalances during this time.
If you have any questions or concerns about these allocations, please contact your CGT Scheduling Representative.
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