Midwestern Gas Transmission Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 02/01/2010, Docket: RP10-208-000, Status: Effective

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 245 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 245

Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 245

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

 

11. NOTICES (Continued)

 

11.2 System-Wide Notices

 

System-wide notices have a separate category for notices that are not critical.

[5.3.18/v1.0]

 

Company shall post system-wide notices. Such notices shall use the standard

data elements dictated by the NAESB WGQ and adopted by FERC.

 

11.3 Critical Notices

 

Critical notices shall be defined to pertain to information on Company

conditions that affect scheduling or adversely affect scheduled gas flow.

[5.2.1/v1.0]

 

Company shall post critical notices. Such notices shall use the standard data

elements dictated by the NAESB WGQ and adopted by FERC.

 

Notices shall describe the conditions and the specific responses required from

the affected parties.

 

11.4 Intra-day Bump Notices

 

Intra-day bump notices shall contain at least the affected Service Requester

Contract, Receipt and/or Delivery Location, and Receipt and/or Delivery Point

Quantity from the Scheduled Quantity (NAESB WGQ Standard 1.4.5). [5.3.40/v1.4]

 

Intra-day bump notices shall indicate whether daily penalties apply for the Gas

Day for which quantities are reduced. [1.3.51/v1.4]

 

11.5 Electronic Notice Delivery

 

Electronic notice delivery is the term used to describe the delivery of notices

via Internet E-mail and/or EDI/EDM. [5.2.2/v1.4]

 

Company shall provide affected parties with notification of intra-day bumps,

Operational Flow Orders and other critical notices through the affective

party's choice of Electronic Notice Delivery mechanism(s). [5.3.34/v1.4]

 

Company shall support the concurrent sending of electronic notification of

intra-day bumps, Operational Flow Orders and other critical notices to two

Internet E-mail addresses for each affected party. [5.3.36/v1.4]

 

Unless the affected party and Company have agreed to exclusive notification via

EDI/EDM, the affected party shall provide Company one Internet E-mail address

to be used for Electronic Notice Delivery of intra-day bumps, Operational Flow

Orders and other critical notices. Company's obligation to provide

notification is waived until the above requirement has been met. [5.3.35/v1.4]

 

Affected parties shall manage internal distribution of notices received by

Electronic Notice Delivery. [5.3.37/v1.4]