Dominion to begin Pennsylvania natgas pipeline work July 15
July 11 (Reuters) - Dominion Resources Inc unit Dominion Transmission on Monday will begin scheduled maintenance on a natural gas pipeline that will restrict some supplies at two receipt points in Pennsylvania, the company said in a website posting on Thursday.
The work, originally scheduled to begin on July 8, will as of July 15 limit gas supplies to a total of about 600,000 decatherms per day (about 600 million cubic feet per day) at the Transco and Texas Eastern Leidy receipt point in north-central Pennsylvania.
Receipts at Sabinsville, also in north-central Pennsylvania, will be limited to primary, or non-interruptible, service only.
The restrictions will continue until further notice, the web posting said.
Current receipts at Leidy are running at about 800,000 decatherms daily, with Sabinsville at about 500,000 dt/d.
The company in its posting did not specify the type of pipeline work planned.
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