|To: All ANR Shippers
Re: Hydrocarbon Dew Point (HDP) Limit - April 2018
Southeast Area and Mainline:
Based upon ANR's review of its current operations and the HDP levels in the Southeast Area of its system, no HDP limitations are anticipated in the Southeast Area at this time, in order to provide safe and reliable service for the month of April 2018.
ANR will continue to evaluate its operational requirements and will post revisions via GEMS if conditions should change.
Based upon ANR's review of its current operations and the HDP levels in the Southwest Area of its system, ANR plans to continue with its HDP limitation in the Gageby Creek Area only as outlined in the detail below. No further HDP limitations are anticipated in the Southwest Area of the ANR system at this time, in order to provide safe and reliable service for the month of April 2018.
Due to high HDP levels in the Gageby Creek Area, ANR is unable to meet delivery obligations, and assure that gas is accepted for delivery. Accordingly, per ANR's FERC GAS TARIFF General Terms and Conditions, Section 6.13.3, ANR is establishing an HDP limit of 40 degrees Fahrenheit for the following receipt points:
Hobart 10 Inch Receipt (384133)
Mendota Int (251261)
Palo Duro (438677)
Seminole Trunk 482-0801 (261337)
Seminole-Trunk 493-0802 (261341)
Seminole S Wheeler (261340)
Stiles Ranch (924936)
Red River (Rec) Int (185837)
Wheeler Hidetown (490942)
Wheeler State Line/Trnsk (174539)
Gas receipts into the Gageby Creek Area must not have an HDP higher than 40 degrees Fahrenheit. This restriction will remain in effect until further notice. Failure to meet the established HDP limit may result in curtailment of the flowing gas and/or immediate shut-in of the out of specification point.
ANR will continue to evaluate its operational requirements and will post any revisions via GEMS if conditions should change.
Please contact Gas Quality with any questions concerning this notice.
Gas Quality One Call: (832) 320-5832.