Midwestern Gas Transmission Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 12/16/2004, Docket: RP05- 72-000, Status: Effective

Fifth Revised Sheet No. 246 Fifth Revised Sheet No. 246 : Effective

Superseding: Fourth Revised Sheet No. 246

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

 

11. NOTICES (Continued)

 

11.5 Electronic Notice Delivery (Continued)

 

When sending Internet E-mail notifications for intra-day bumps, Operational

Flow Orders and other critical notices, the subject line of the E-mail shall

include the following information separated by commas in the following order:

(i) "Critical", (ii) Notice Type label (per NAESB WGQ Standard 4.3.29),

(iii) the Notice Effective Date in YYYYMMDD format, (iv) the name or

abbreviation of Company (excluding commas), and (v) Company's D-U-N-S(R)

Number. [5.3.38/v1.4]

 

Company may offer notification mechanisms in addition to those referenced in

NAESB WGQ Standard 5.3.34 (e.g., EBB/EDM, FF/EDM). Company shall include at

least the same level of information for notification of an intra-day bump,

Operational Flow Order or other critical notice regardless of the method of

notification. [5.3.39/v1.4]

 

11.6 Recalled Capacity Notices

 

Recalled capacity notices shall indicate whether penalties will apply for the

Gas Day for which quantities are reduced due to a capacity recall.

[5.3.49/v1.7]

 

Affected Replacement Shippers shall manage internal distribution of

notification of recall received from Company. [5.3.52/v1.7]

 

Notice of the allocation of capacity between the Releasing Shipper, provided

through Company's Customer Activity Web site, and the Replacement Shipper(s),

provided for in NAESB WGQ Standards 5.3.45 and 5.3.46, shall be provided in a

manner that will permit affected parties sufficient time, as provided for in

NAESB WGQ Standard 5.3.44, to place nominations or take other corrective

actions to avoid penalties. [5.1.4/v1.7]

 

12. (RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE)

 

13. NONWAIVER AND FUTURE DEFAULT

 

No waiver by either Company or Customer of any one or more defaults by the other in

the performance of any provisions of a gas service agreement shall operate or be

construed as a waiver of any future default or defaults, whether of a like or of a

different character.

 

14. SCHEDULES AND AGREEMENTS SUBJECT TO REGULATION AND CHANGE

 

This Tariff, including these General Terms and Conditions and the respective

obligations of the parties under the gas service agreements, are subject to valid

laws, orders, rules, and regulations of duly constituted authorities having

jurisdiction and are subject to change from time to time by addition, amendment, or

substitution as provided by law.