Centerpoint Energy Gas Transmission Company

Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 09/01/2005, Docket: RP05-513-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 573 First Revised Sheet No. 573 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 573

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

20. OPERATIONAL CONTROLS (continued)

 

deliveries and services to not only that Shipper, but also

other Shippers. Offending Shippers may therefore be held

accountable, either directly or as a third party defendant,

for any damages so caused to other Shippers and/or to

Transporter. In such event, and in addition to other

remedies available under this Tariff and applicable law,

Transporter shall have no liability or responsibility for

its inability to provide services under the affected Rate

Schedules or Service Agreements and will be indemnified and

held harmless by the offending Shipper(s) against any claim

relating to such failure to provide deliveries and services.

Payment of any penalties pursuant to this Tariff for such

non-compliance shall not be construed to in any way entitle

Shipper to engage in such actions, nor shall such payments

be considered as relieving such Shipper of its

responsibilities hereunder.

 

(i) Transporter shall maintain a log of the Operational Flow

Orders it issues, which shall show the date and time the

Operational Flow Order was issued; the Shipper, or the

Shipper's representative, to whom it was issued; the

duration of the Operational Flow Order and the location of

the problem for which it was issued; a description of the

condition requiring the Operational Flow Order; the action

requested; and the factors causing the Operational Flow

Order to be issued and then lifted. The log will be

available for public inspection at Transporter's office in

Shreveport, Louisiana.

 

(j) Transporter shall suspend outgoing Pool Transfers only

pursuant to an OFO as provided in this Section 20 and only

for so long as required to address the condition which

caused Transporter to take action hereunder. In order to

maintain system deliverability and pressures within the

ranges required to meet anticipated demands and provide

services within the firm entitlements of Shippers,

Transporter must maintain an adequate level of line pack and

working gas inventory in storage on both a