Baja Path has Returned to Full Capacity

Friday, November 06, 2009

----Updated 11/20/2009----

With the release to operations of PG&E's Kettleman compressor K-3 this afternoon, California Gas Transmission's Baja path has returned to full capacity.

CGT appreciates your patience as we worked to resolve this unplanned outage.

----Prior Message----

PG&E's Kettleman compressor K-3 unplanned outage announced in a previous article is currently expected to continue through November 24, 2009. California Gas Transmission will continue its efforts to return the compressor into service as quickly and safely as possible.

The Baja path capacity will be reduced during this period. Please refer to the Pipe Ranger Pipeline Maintenance News page for up-to-date information on all pipeline maintenance work.

----Original Message----

Outage Expected to Continue Until November 9

Friday, Nov 06, 2009 at 8:19 a.m.

The unplanned outage of Kettleman compressor K-3 affecting the Baja Path is expected to continue through November 9. During this period the Baja Path will be reduced to 935 MMcf per day.

If you have any questions, please contact the California Gas Transmission Helpline at 1.800.343.4743 and press 2 for Scheduling assistance.

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