Colorado Interstate Gas Lifts Force Majeure After Floods

Reuters

NEW YORK, Sept 24 (Reuters) - El Paso Pipeline Partners LP's Colorado Interstate Gas Co unit on Tuesday lifted the force majeure on its natural gas pipeline system after returning line 252A to service following exposure during the recent massive flooding in the state.

Colorado Interstate operates a 4,300 mile pipeline system that transports Rockies gas to customers in Colorado and Wyoming and to other western states.

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