Effective Gas Day March 12, 2020 and until further notice,
Northwest is issuing an OFO Recall Advisory and Operational Flow Order
(OFO) through the Roosevelt compressor and the Plymouth South
constraint location pursuant to Section 14.15(d) of its Tariff.
Under the OFO Recall Advisory, Shippers are required to: (1) recall
capacity that is subject to an OFO recall provision; or (2) take other
action that is acceptable to Northwest, to satisfy its OFO obligation.
If the northbound scheduled quantities exceed the greater of
Northwest’s design capacity of 546,000 Dth/d at Roosevelt or 536,300
Dth/d at Plymouth South, or the operationally available at those
locations on that day, Northwest will provide Shippers with their
specific OFO obligations by 4:00 p.m. MST. Shippers must comply with
their OFO obligations no later than the Evening nomination deadline
(5:00 p.m. MST).
Additionally, Northwest would like to remind customers that with the
Jackson Prairie storage facility at reduced capacity because of a
compressor outage, Northwest has very limited flexibility to handle
drafting. If excess drafting occurs an overrun Entitlement may be
Shippers can monitor throughput quantities and obtain a copy of
Northwest’s OFO procedures on Northwest’s website at
If you have any questions, please contact your Marketing Services
Representative or the Scheduling Hotline at (801) 584-7301.