Horizon Pipeline Company, L.L.C.

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Effective Date: 11/01/2003, Docket: RP02-153-003, Status: Suspended

First Revised Sheet No. 230 First Revised Sheet No. 230 : Suspended

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 230

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

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(vii) Reconcile transportation imbalances;

and/or

 

(viii) Such other voluntary action as would tend

to alleviate or forestall the situation.

 

(b) Horizon may also take actions within its control

which might tend to alleviate or forestall the situation. Such

actions may include the following:

 

(i) Advise any Shipper which is not

maintaining receipts and deliveries in balance that such

imbalances must not continue;

 

(ii) Curtail or require adjustments or supply

shifts in ITS service;

 

(iii) Take such other actions as are within

Horizon's control and discretion to alleviate or forestall the

situation.

 

34.6 OPERATIONAL FLOW ORDERS

 

(a) (i) In the event that the Advisory Actions

under Section 34.5 are not sufficient to alleviate conditions,

inter alia, which threaten or could threaten the safe operations

or system integrity of Horizon's system or to maintain operations

required to provide efficient and reliable firm service, Horizon

is authorized to issue Operational Flow Orders. Notwithstanding

the foregoing, Horizon shall take reasonable actions to minimize

the issuance and the adverse impact of Operational Flow Orders, or

of any other measure taken under this Section 34 in response to

adverse operational events on Horizon's system, including issuance

of Operational Flow Orders which, to the extent practicable and

where appropriate under the circumstances, are directed only to

the specific Shipper or Shippers whose actions caused or

contributed significantly to the conditions which required Horizon

to issue the Operational Flow Order. Horizon will issue

Operational Flow Orders only if necessary to maintain the pressure

of its system within the range of normal operating parameters,

respond to changes (including anticipated changes) in weather

conditions or respond to or prevent facility outages or other

conditions which could have a detrimental impact on system

reliability or service integrity on its system. Operational Flow

Orders shall be lifted as soon as practicable once such conditions

no longer prevail.