PG&E California Calls OFO for Tomorrow : LUSENET : Grassroots Information Coordination Center (GICC) : One Thread

Maybe someone can explain this to me. I do not know if this is normal or not.


07/24 10:42 Natural Gas Update: PG&E California Calls OFO for Tomorrow By Andrew J. Stewart

San Francisco, July 24 (Bloomberg Energy) - Pacific Gas & Electric's California Gas Transmission called a system-wide operational flow order for tomorrow's gas day.

The OFO was called because of low inventory, the company said. The pipeline's tolerance for imbalances was set a minus 2 percent, meaning shippers can only fall short of their nominated volumes by that amount.

For more information, see the pipeline's Internet bulletin board at

-- Martin Thompson (, July 25, 2000


Still looking to find out what this flow order means. Is it something important or an item to ignore? Just trying to keep my brain muscles working.


-- Martin Thompson (, July 25, 2000.

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