Kentucky West Virginia Gas Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/1997, Docket: RP97-104-001, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 135 First Revised Sheet No. 135 : Superseded

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 135

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Continued)

 

 

(v) The period of time during which Pipeline expects the flow

order to remain in effect.

 

If Pipeline is unable to contact any Customer because customer's

contact person is unavailable, Pipeline shall take all actions

necessary to effectuate such operational flow order and the

Customer shall be solely responsible for any consequences arising

from such failure of communication.

 

16.4 Posting

 

Pipeline will post all operational flow orders on its electronic

communications system. Operational flow orders will remain

posted for the entire period they are effective.

 

16.5 Types of Operational Flow Orders

 

Pipeline shall have the right to issue operational flow orders

for the purposes set forth below:

 

a) System Maintenance

 

Pipeline may direct Customers under Rate Schedules FTS,

VTS and ITS to increase or decrease receipts of flowing gas

at specified receipt points or in specified line segments in

order to accommodate required maintenance, either scheduled

or unscheduled.

 

(b) System Operation

 

(1) Pipeline may direct Customers under Rate Schedules

FTS, VTS or ITS to increase or decrease receipts of

flowing gas in order to maximize available compressor

station horsepower on high demand days, maximize system

capacity, maintain proper receipt distribution on its

system, or alleviate high system pressures.

 

(2) Pipeline may direct Customers under Rate Schedules

FTS, VTS or ITS to decrease deliveries in the event

that delivery pressure at one or more delivery points

drops below, or is expected to drop below, reasonable

operating limits.