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Notice Type Desc (1):  FORCE MAJEURE Notice Type Desc (2):  FORCE MAJEURE
Notice Eff Date/Time:  08/26/2022 7:28:07AM Notice End Date/Time:  08/27/2022 9:00:00am
Post Date/Time:  8/26/2022 7:28:07 AM Notice ID: 384047
Reqrd Rsp:  1 Rsp Date:  08/26/2022
Notice Stat Desc:  SUPERSEDE Prior Notice:  383566
Subject:  FORCE MAJEURE AT MLV 309-310 UPDATE #4
Notice Text:



Pursuant to Article XII of the General Terms and Conditions of Tennessee's FERC Gas Tariff, Tennessee posted notice of a Force Majeure event between MLV 309 to MLV 310 on Line 1 near Clermont, PA in McKean County effective on July 13, 2022, and until further notice (Notice Identifier #383566).  Evaluations are still in progress for the emergent repair between MLV 309 and 310.  Line 1 from Station 307 to Station 313 has now been returned to service under a pressure restriction.  The pressure restriction will remain in effect pending further results of the evaluations.  Based on current demand to date, only Secondary Out of the Path nominations pathed through Segment 307 BH have been impacted. 


Part of future evaluations on Line 1 is to run pigs from Station 313 to Station 307.  A Cleaning Pig will be run on September 29, 2022; an AFD will be run on October 4, 2022 and an EMAT will be run on October 6, 2022.  Based on current operating conditions with the pressure restriction on Line 1, the available capacity at Station 307 (Segment 307 BH) and Station 313 West (Segment 307 BH) remains reduced up to 130.0 MMcf.  The available capacity posting will take into account current operating conditions, the pressure restriction on Line 1 as well as the pig runs for this area on the respective dates of the Tennessee system.  Based on current nominations pathed through Station 313 West (Segment 307 BH) as well as Station 307 (Segment 307 BH), Secondary Out of the Path nominations continue to remain at risk. 


Additionally, the NFGMIDCL TGP Clermont #2 Meter (Pin #47743) will continue to be limited to a maximum meter capacity of approximately 275.0 MDTH due to the operational configuration necessary to maximize flows from Sta. 313 to Sta. 307 until further notice.


Tennessee apologizes for any inconvenience to its customers to the extent any service restrictions are required during this unplanned outage.  Tennessee remains focused on returning to normal operating conditions on these segments.  Tennessee will provide additional updates as more information becomes available.


Please contact your Account Representative or Scheduler if you have any questions.