Pine Prairie Energy Center, LLC

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Effective Date: 09/01/2007, Docket: RP07-563-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 132 Original Sheet No. 132 : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

5.5(e), such notice shall also include information about the

status of operational variables that determine when an Action

Alert or OFO will begin and end, and PPEC shall post periodic

updates of such information, promptly upon occurrence of any

material change in the information. PPEC will post a notice on

the Internet Web Site informing the Customers and point operators

when any Action Alert or OFO in effect will be lifted and

specifying the factors that caused the Action Alert or OFO to be

issued and then lifted, to the extent such factors are known.

PPEC shall post a notice on its Internet Web Site specifying the

factors that caused the Action Alert or OFO to be issued, to the

extent such factors are known. PPEC shall also provide such

notification via e-mail communication to those Customers who have

submitted a request and provided e-mail address information for at

least one contact person, via PPEC's Internet Web Site to receive

e-mail notification of Critical Notices issued by PPEC.

 

(f) Action Alerts: In the event that PPEC determines

that due to (1) an ongoing or anticipated weather event, (2) a

known equipment problem, or (3) the anticipated continuation of a

current system operational problem, action is necessary to avoid a

situation in which the system integrity is jeopardized or PPEC's

ability to render firm service is threatened, PPEC may issue an

Action Alert as set out herein to forestall the development of the

situation.

 

(1) Issuance of Alerts: Action Alerts will be noticed in

accord with the procedures set forth in Section 5.5(e)

and PPEC will endeavor to provide a minimum of four hours

notice.

 

(2) Action Alerts can be issued to effect any of the

following:

 

(A) restriction of Interruptible services;

 

(B) restrictions of deliveries or receipts at specific

Point(s) of Receipt or Point(s) of Delivery covered by

an operational balancing agreement to the aggregate MDRQ

or MDDQ under the Storage Service Agreements for Firm

Storage Services whose Primary Point(s) of

Delivery/Receipt, which are specified in the Storage

Service Agreement, are at the affected locations; and/or

 

(C) forced balancing such that point operators will be

required to assure that nominations equal flows or that

receipts and deliveries fall within the tolerance level

designated in the Action Alert.