Horizon Pipeline Company, L.L.C.

Original Volume No. 1

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

First Revised Sheet No. 231 First Revised Sheet No. 231 : Suspended

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 231

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

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(ii) The Operational Flow Order shall identify

with specificity the situation to be addressed and shall (in

addition to mandating specific actions) indicate voluntary actions

by Shippers (increased takes or receipts/decreased takes or

receipts, etc.) which would alleviate such situation. Operational

Flow Orders shall also specify the time when compliance must be

achieved. Such Operational Flow Orders may, subject to Section

34.11, require a Shipper to take any of the following actions, or

similar actions, to the extent such actions would tend to

alleviate the situation to be addressed:

 

(1) Commence or increase supply inputs

into Horizon's system or at specific points, or shift such supply

inputs (in whole or in part) to different points.

 

(2) Cease or reduce supply inputs into

Horizon's system or at specific points.

 

(3) Commence or increase takes of gas

from Horizon's system or from specific points, or shift takes to

different points.

 

(4) Cease or reduce takes from Horizon's

system or at specific points.

 

(5) Reconcile transportation imbalances.

 

(6) Such other actions as are within

Shipper's control which would tend to alleviate the situation to be

addressed.

 

(iii) No Shipper will be required under an

Operational Flow Order to exceed its total firm MDQ under its

Agreements with Horizon under Part 284 of the Commission's

Regulations. Nor will a Shipper be required to accept delivery of

gas which the Shipper cannot use in its plant or service territory.

Further, a Shipper subject to an Operational Flow Order issued to

increase deliveries at Receipt Points will have the option to

decrease takes at Delivery Points by a like amount instead, and

vice versa. Similarly, a Shipper subject to an Operational Flow

Order issued to decrease deliveries at Receipt Points will have the

option to increase takes at Delivery Points by a like amount

instead, and vice versa.