Equitrans, L. P.

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Effective Date: 05/16/2010, Docket: RP10-616-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 246 Third Revised Sheet No. 246

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 246

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Continued)

 

(iv) A designation of the Customers affected, and

the specific individual action required by each;

 

(v) The day and time at which the OFO will become effective

which shall be not less than eight (8) hours after

issuance; and

 

(vi) The period of time during which Equitrans expects

the OFO to remain in effect. If none is specified, the

OFO shall be considered in effect until further notice.

 

If Equitrans is unable to contact any Customer because

Customer's contact person is unavailable, the Customer shall be

solely responsible for any consequences arising from such

failure of communication.

 

11.4 Posting. Equitrans will post notice of all OFOs on Equitrans' EBB

System and via EDI. OFOs will remain posted for the entire period

they are effective. Equitrans will provide periodic updates on the

action being taken to alleviate the cause of the OFO.

 

11.5 Types of Operational Flow Orders. The types of OFOs described below

are illustrative, and are not intended to be all inclusive.

Equitrans is authorized to issue OFOs for the following:

 

(a) Storage Injections and Withdrawals.

 

(1) Equitrans may direct Customers under Rate Schedules

SS-3, 115SS and 60SS to increase or

decrease receipts of flowing gas under their

associated transportation agreements, in the event

storage injection or withdrawals fall below levels

established in the respective Rate Schedule.

 

(2) Equitrans may direct Customers under Rate Schedules

SS-3, 115SS and 60SS to increase receipts

or decrease deliveries of flowing gas, under

associated transportation agreements, in the event

total scheduled storage withdrawals are expected to

exceed the deliverability of Equitrans' storage

reservoirs.