Crossroads Pipeline Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/23/2003, Docket: RP00-333-003, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 213A Original Sheet No. 213A : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

(3) Transporter should support the concurrent sending of

electronic notification of intraday bumps, operational flow orders and

other critical notices to two Internet E-mail addresses for each

affected party.

 

(f) Operational Remedies. Prior to the issuance of an OFO,

Transporter may implement any or all the following operational remedies in

any order that Transporter deems necessary when addressing operational

constraints on Transporter’s pipeline system:

 

(1) Transporter may restrict non-firm (that is, interruptible

and secondary) deliveries to Transporter’s affected pipeline segment(s)

by posting a reduced level (down to zero) of non-firm deliveries into

those affected pipeline segment(s).

 

(2) Transporter may allocate internal constraint points in

accordance with the provisions of this Tariff.

 

(3) Transporter may require individual Shippers to utilize

primary delivery points.

 

(4) Transporter may require individual Shippers to utilize

primary receipt points.

 

(5) Transporter may impose hourly flow rates and limitations in

accordance with the provisions of this Tariff.

 

(6) Transporter may limit service to a specific MLI.

 

In addition, as provided in Section 17.1(c), Transporter shall provide

as much advance warning as possible of the operating conditions that may

create a need for the issuance of an OFO and of the anticipated duration of

such an OFO. However, nothing in this Section 17.1(f) shall preclude

Transporter from issuing an OFO at any time if Transporter, in its

reasonable discretion, determines that such an OFO is necessary to protect

the integrity of Transporter’s system or to meet other operational

conditions as provided for in this Section 17.