Ozark Gas Transmission, L. L. C.

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Effective Date: 10/01/2002, Docket: RP02-481-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 95 Third Revised Sheet No. 95 : Effective

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 95

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (continued)

 

15. MARKETING FEES

 

When a Releasing Shipper requests that Transporter actively

market its released firm capacity, then Transporter will be

entitled to a marketing fee for successfully marketing such

released firm capacity. The fee will be negotiated between

Transporter and Releasing Shipper.

If Transporter only posts the Releasing Shipper's firm capacity

on its Internet Website, and does not actively market the

released firm capacity, no marketing fee will be charged for

the routine arrangement of transportation services.

 

16. OPERATIONAL FLOW ORDERS

 

16.1 Transporter reserves the right to issue an operational

flow order ("OFO") to any and/or all Shippers, as may be

appropriate, to accommodate OFOs issued by downstream

pipelines. Shipper shall be notified by Internet E-mail and a

Critical Notice posted separately on Transporter's Internet Web

Site, and in accordance with Section 19 of Transporter's

General Terms and Conditions, and, if necessary to prevent the

impairment of reliable service, shall be subject to the

penalties in Section 21 of Transporter's General Terms and

Conditions.

 

16.2 If Transporter is advised of or assessed a penalty

pursuant to an OFO from a downstream pipeline as a result of

the conduct of any of Transporter's Shippers, Transporter has

the right to allocate such penalty to those Shippers

contributing to the disruption due to the failure of such

Shippers to balance physical flows with nominated receipts

and/or deliveries. OFO penalties will be allocated pro rata

based on under-deliveries (if the event giving rise to the OFO

is caused by under-delivered gas), or on over-deliveries (if

the event giving rise to the OFO is caused by over-delivered

gas).

 

16.3 Where a Nomination is required by Transporter to make an

effective physical change necessary to comply with an OFO,

unless critical circumstances dictate otherwise, an OFO penalty

will not be assessed unless the Shipper is given the

opportunity to correct the circumstances giving rise to the OFO

and fails to so, or the action(s) taken fail(s) to do so. The

opportunity to correct the critical circumstances include the

opportunity: