Gulfstream Natural Gas System, L.L.C.

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Effective Date: 05/21/2002, Docket: CP00- 6-004, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 151 Original Sheet No. 151 : Effective

 

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(CONTINUED)

 

 

13.3 Voluntary Actions to be Taken to Avoid Issuance of an

Operational Flow Order: Transporter shall, to the extent

practicable, take all reasonable actions necessary to avoid

issuing an Operational Flow Order. Such actions may include

(1) working with point operators to temporarily adjust, by

mutual agreement, Receipts and/or Deliveries at relevant

Receipt Point(s) or Delivery Point(s), (2) working with

Shippers/point operators to adjust, by mutual agreement,

scheduled flows on Transporter's system, (3) issuing an

Action Alert designed to mitigate the conditions which, if

continued, would require the issuance of an Operational Flow

Order, or (4) taking any other reasonable action designed to

mitigate the system problem. After taking all such

reasonable actions to avoid issuing an Operational Flow

Order, Transporter will have the right to issue Operational

Flow Orders, if necessary, in the circumstances described in

Sections 13.2 and 13.7.

 

13.4 Applicability of Operational Flow Orders or Action Alerts:

Transporter shall issue an Operational Flow Order or Action

Alert as localized as is reasonably practicable based on

Transporter's good faith judgment concerning the situations

requiring remediation such that an Operational Flow Order or

Action Alert will be directed (1) to Shippers/point

operators causing the problem necessitating the Operational

Flow Order or Action Alert or transporting Gas in the area

of Transporter's system in which there is an operational

problem, and (2) to those Shippers/point operators

transporting Gas in the area of Transporter's system where

action is required to correct the problem necessitating the

Operational Flow Order or Action Alert. Transporter will

tailor the Operational Flow Order or Action Alert to match

the severity of the known or anticipated operational problem

requiring remediation as more fully set forth in subsections

13.6 and 13.7.