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Linepack Capacity Adequacy (INT 921)

This report displays the linepack capacity adequacy (LCA) indicators (flags) for a 3-day outlook period, for each Gas Bulletin Board pipeline.
The flag colour (Green, Amber, Red) indicates the LCA status for each pipeline.
GREEN = Business as usual. AMBER = Load shedding of one or more interruptible gas customers is likely or occurring. RED = Involuntary load shedding of 'firm' load is likely or occurring.
In the Victorian Declared Transmission System (VDTS), AMBER and RED status refers to the need for stored Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) to be vaporised and injected into the VDTS, at rates of up to, and greater than, 100 tonnes per hour respectively.
For more information, see Section 5.10 Linepack Capacity Adequacy (LCA) of the Natural Gas Services Bulletin Board Procedures v7.0.

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