Trilogy Energy Corp. says that the recent suspension of the mainline pipeline system operated by Alliance Pipeline has resulted in a deferral of approximately 40 MMcf per day of Trilogy's natural gas production and 3,500 Bbls per day of crude oil and natural gas liquids over the seven day period the pipeline operations were suspended. Alliance shut down its system on August 7, 2015, following the detection of H2S that entered the system as a result of complications experienced by an upstream operator. The mainline pipeline system was restarted and commercial operations and service resumed on August 13, 2015.
In addition, TransCanada Corporation was required to suspend a lateral pipeline that services multiple Trilogy plants in order to conduct unplanned repair work from August 10 to 14, 2015. This outage has resulted in a deferral of approximately 29 MMcf per day of Trilogy's natural gas production and 3,000 Bbls per day of crude oil and natural gas liquids over the five day period.