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Baja Path Clarification

Monday, August 05, 2013


On Friday afternoon, August 2, PG&E's California Gas Transmission revised its Pipeline Maintenance posting, deleting the Topock Station maintenance for August 6 - 15, which showed a reduction in the Baja Path capacity to 35%, or 400 Mmcf/day. The Topock Station maintenance is still occurring during this timeframe, and will still result in a reduction at the El Paso Interconnect for August 6 - 15, to zero flows, as reflected in the Limitations to Specific Interconnects page.

Review of our models indicated that CGT can accomplish this maintenance with no impact on the Baja Path flows, but the El Paso interconnect will still be at zero flows for this time period.

We apologize for any confusion.



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