Oktex Pipeline Company
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 09/01/2005, Docket: RP05-511-000, Status: Effective
Ninth Revised Sheet No. 39A Ninth Revised Sheet No. 39A : Effective
Superseding: Eighth Revised Sheet No. 39A
3. The IPP when fully operational will provide on-line
help, a search function that permits users to locate all information
concerning a specific transaction, and menus that permit users to
access separately each record in the transportation log, notices of
available capacity. The IPP will, to the extent necessary, permit
users to electronically download a file(s) from the IPP and to split
extremely large files into smaller files prior to such download.
Transporter will maintain and retain daily back-up records of the
information displayed on the IPP for three (3) years and permit
users to review those records, which will be archived and
reasonably accessible. Transporter will periodically purge
transactions from current IPP files when transactions have been
completed. Information on the most recent entries will appear ahead
of older information.
4. A user has the option to utilize the IPP for the
purposes of (a) requesting service and tracking service agreements;
(b) exercising its rights as an existing Shipper of Transporter pursuant
to Article XXXII of the General Terms and Conditions or submitting a
bid as a potential shipper of Transporter under such article; or (c)
participating in Transporter's capacity release program pursuant to
Article XXXIII of the General Terms andConditions.
5. Transporter shall inform, on a timely basis via the IPP,
all interested persons about the availability of firm and interruptible
capacity (a) at receipt points; (b) on each pipeline segment, and (c) at
delivery points, and whether such capacity is available directly from the
Transporter or indirectly from Transporter's capacity release program.
Transporter shall maintain both in written form and on its IPP a master
receipt point list containing the following information for each pipeline segment.
Such information shall be updated promptly when additional pipeline
segments or receipt points are added to the system.
a) Name of Receipt Point;
b) Meter number of receipt point;
c) Location (legal description) of receipt point;
d) Operator name and phone number to the extent available;
e) Availability of electronic gas measurement;
f) Receipt point design capacity;
g) Any firm capacity already assigned at the point;
6. Transporters electronic delivery mechanism (EDM) shall
comply with NAESB Standards 4.3.1, through 4.3.3, 4.3.8, 4.3.9, 4.3.10, 4.3.11,
4.3.13, and 4.3.15 through 4.3.92.
7. Trading partner agreements and minimum sites shall be in
accordance with NAESB Standard 4.3.12. The roles of senders and
receivers are defined as specified in NAESB Standard 4.3.14. Security
between transporter and trading partners will adhere to NAESB Standard
4.3.15. FORM OF ELECTRONIC DATA INTERCHANGE TRADING PARTNER
AGREEMENT is set forth on effective Sheet No.s 60Ethrough 60O.