Sabine Pipe Line Company LLC

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/02/1998, Docket: RP99- 8-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 232 Second Revised Sheet No. 232 : Superseded

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 232

 

d) transportation service is curtailed in order

to provide service for a higher priority class of

service; or

 

e) the designated contact persons with Upstream

and Downstream Operators, who have the authority

to verify and confirm nominated gas quantities,

require a reduction of the confirmed and scheduled

quantities; or

 

f) receipts or deliveries at a particular

Receipt Point or Delivery Point are outside of the

established tolerance levels specified in an

executed Operational Balancing Agreement; or

 

g) adjustments of receipts or deliveries at a

particular Receipt Point or Delivery Point are

required as specified in an Operational Flow

Order; or

 

h) capacity used in providing service is

inadequate as a result of a force majeure event,

overbooking of capacity, or an operational

limiting event.

 

6.5 Operational Flow Orders

 

An Operational Flow Order is an order issued to

alleviate conditions, inter alia, which threaten or

could threaten the safe operations or system integrity

of Sabine's system, or to maintain operations required

to provide efficient and reliable firm service.

Whenever Sabine experiences these conditions, any

pertinent order will be referred to as an Operational

Flow Order, or OFO. Sabine will determine, in its

reasonable judgement, the circumstances which will

result in the issuance of an Operational Flow Order.

Such circumstances cannot be quantified in advance

since the issuance of an Operational Flow Order will

depend on quantities of gas confirmed and scheduled,

the point(s) where the actual receipts or deliveries