Discovery Gas Transmission LLC
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Effective Date: 09/01/2002, Docket: RP00-319-003, Status: Effective
First Revised Sheet No. 137 First Revised Sheet No. 137 : Effective
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 137
7.4 IMMINENT OPERATIONAL FLOW ORDERS - If Transporter determines that
operational circumstances exist such that the issuance of an OFO is
imminent, but that corrective actions could mitigate such circumstances,
Transporter will notify affected Shippers of a potential OFO.
Transporter will postpone the issuance of an OFO, if feasible, and allow
affected Shippers the opportunity to take corrective actions, provided
the affected Shippers advise Transporter of their proposed corrective
actions and Transporter agrees to such actions. Failure to implement
corrective measures by such Shippers may ultimately result in the
issuance of an OFO.
7.5 IMBALANCES RESULTING FROM OPERATIONAL FLOW ORDERS - To the extent any
monthly imbalance or portion thereof is a direct result of Shipper's
inability to balance receipts and deliveries during the Month due to the
issuance of an OFO, Shipper will have until the end of the next calendar
Month to reconcile that portion of the imbalance attributable to its
compliance with the OFO. Any imbalance remaining at the end of the
extended period will be subject to the imbalance resolution procedures
set forth in Section 9 of this FERC Gas Tariff.
7.6 REPORTS FOLLOWING OFOS - In the event Transporter issues an OFO, it will
file a report on the OFO within 60 days. The report will include a
timeline of the actions taken to notify customers of the possibility of
an OFO, the intermediate steps taken by the pipeline to avoid or reduce
the impact of an OFO, the steps taken by the pipeline and shippers to
end the OFO, and the end of the OFO. The report will include the amount
of penalties that were assessed, if any, and the expenses incurred to
avoid or correct the OFO conditions.