Fortis says gas now flowing in Enbridge’s 30" NG line
Fortis Inc. has been advised that gas is now flowing in Enbridge’s 30-inch natural gas line after yesterday’s shutdown. Therefore, more natural gas supply will gradually start flowing into the gas systems of the B.C. utility, FortisBC.
FORTIS INC. has been advised that as of early today, gas is now flowing in Enbridge’s 30-inch natural gas line. This line was shutdown as a precautionary measure following the Oct. 9, 2018, incident on Enbridge’s 36-inch gas line near Prince George, B.C. This means more natural gas supply will gradually start to flow into the gas systems of the British C o lumbia utility, FortisBC. Gas supply will continue to be constrained until the 36-inch gas line is repaired. As a result, FortisBC is asking customers to avoid non-essential use of gas until the situation is completely resolved. Customers can continue to access information on the FortisBC website. Both Fortis and FortisBC thank customers for their conservation efforts and support during this time.
About Fortis Inc. Fortis is a leader in the North American regulated electric and gas utility industry with 2017 revenue of $8.3-billion and total assets of $50-billion as at June 30, 2018. The corporation’s 8,500 employees serve utility customers in five Canadian provinces, nine U.S. states and three Caribbean countries.
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