Centerpoint Energy - Mississippi River

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/1994, Docket: RP95- 7-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 138 First Revised Sheet No. 138 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 138

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

9. SYSTEM MANAGEMENT (Continued)

 

daily reservation charge credit to each Customer whose firm

capacity is diminished by an Operational Flow Order issued as a

result of MRT's negligence. The daily reservation charge credit

shall be equal to the actual daily diminution of capacity

multiplied by the Customer's Monthly Reservation Charge computed

at 100% load factor for the duration of the Operational Flow

Order.

 

(d) MRT may issue an Operational Flow Order requesting

that a Customer exceed its Primary Receipt Point or Primary

Delivery Point MDQ, but compliance with such a request shall be

voluntary.

 

(e) MRT may issue an Operational Flow Order requiring

Customers to increase receipts into MRT's system at the NGPL-

Clinton County and Trunkline-Clay County receipt points to

replicate the system flows necessary to preserve the overall

operational integrity of the system. MRT may need to issue

Operational Flow Orders at these critical points at any time.

Each Customer's pro rata share of any such receipt requirement

shall be based on the ratio of its Primary Receipt Point MDQ at

those receipt points to the total Primary Receipt Point MDQ of all

Customers at those receipt points. If a Customer does not

increase receipts into MRT's system at the NGPL-Clinton County and

Trunkline-Clay County receipt points in response to an Operational

Flow Order issued pursuant to this subsection, the Customer shall

not be subject to a penalty; however, any diminution of MRT's

East Line deliverability of any amount which results from the

Customer's failure to comply with such an Operational Flow Order

shall be borne by the noncomplying Customer(s). At all other

receipt points, in response to Operational Flow Orders, Customers

must increase receipts up to their Receipt Point MDQs to the

extent that they have sufficient gas supplies available to enable

them to comply with such Operational Flow Orders.