Algonquin Gas Transmission, LLC

Fifth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/30/2009, Docket: RP10-77-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 585 First Revised Sheet No. 585

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 585

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

29.OPERATIONAL FLOW ORDERS (continued)

 

in the time frame required by utilizing off-system resources available to Algonquin, or

pursuant to Section 32 of these General Terms and Conditions; and further provided that

Algonquin shall have first taken any appropriate action pursuant to Section 26 of these

General Terms and Conditions. Such flow orders shall be uniformly applicable to all

volumes received at all Points of Receipt under all rate schedules.

 

29.2 Uses of Gas Obtained Pursuant to Flow Orders. Gas obtained pursuant to flow orders

issued under authority of this section may be utilized only to provide Company Use Gas

to the extent gas for such uses is not otherwise available to Algonquin from resources

at its disposal.

 

29.3 Imposition of Flow Orders. Algonquin shall provide, via posting on the LINK® System

and the Web Site, prior notice to all Customers of upcoming events such as operational

problems that may necessitate the issuance of an operational flow order. If Algonquin

invokes this section it shall confirm a telephonic or facsimile notice by posting the

notice on the LINK® System and its Internet Web Site specifying:

 

(a) the increment to be added to the otherwise applicable Fuel Reimbursement

Percentage provided for in Section 32 of these General Terms and Conditions,

 

(b) the total quantity of gas that Algonquin estimates it will require to meet

immediate operational needs,

 

(c) the Hour at and Day on which the flow order will become effective, and

 

(d) the period of time during which Algonquin expects the flow order to remain in

effect.

 

Such notice shall be posted twenty-four hours in advance of any flow order issued

pursuant to this section or such lesser period of time as is practicable under the

circumstances, shall specify that the flow order is being issued pursuant to the

provisions of Section 29 of the General Terms and Conditions and shall specify the

factors that caused the flow order to be issued, to the extent such factors are known.

During the pendency of any such flow order Algonquin shall obtain the additional gas it

requires by balancing receipts and deliveries, Algonquin being obligated to deliver the

quantity of gas received for Customer's account reduced by the Fuel Reimbursement

Quantity including quantities retained pursuant to this section.

 

After Algonquin has lifted the flow order, Algonquin shall post a notice on the LINK®

System and the Web Site specifying the factors that caused the flow order to be issued

and then lifted, to the extent such factors are known.