K O Transmission Company

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Effective Date: 04/01/2009, Docket: RP09-394-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 118 Second Revised Sheet No. 118

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 118

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (continued)

 

 

19. Operational Flow Orders (con't.)

 

If Transporter issues an Operational Flow Order without providing such twenty-

four (24) hours notice, except for those Operational Flow Orders issued pursuant

to Section 19.2(a), Transporter shall post on its website and send to the

Commission a detailed explanation containing information specific to that

individual situation to justify the issuance of the Operational Flow Order.

 

(d)

Transporter shall issue Operational Flow Orders by telephonic, facsimile or

written communication to Shipper's representative. Shippers shall be solely

responsible for compliance with each OFO.

 

 

19.2 Specific Conditions for Issuance

 

(a)

If, in Transporter's reasonable judgment, impending operating conditions will

cause the delivery pressure to one or more Shippers to drop below the pressure

provided in the Service Agreement(s) of the Shipper(s), Transporter may

immediately issue an Operational Flow Order pursuant to this Section requiring

that deliveries under the FTS and/or ITS Rate Schedules be made on a basis

consistent with the flow rates and limitations set forth in the OFO, effective

three (3) hours after issuance of the OFO. If only one segment of the

Transporter's system will be affected by low pressure, the OFO will be limited

to that segment of the system and shall be so stated. For the duration of

this Operational Flow Order, increases in scheduled delivery quantities within

affected segments of Transporter's system will be made on a prospective basis

only. If Transporter issues an Operational Flow Order pursuant to this Section

19.2(a) without providing such three (3) hour notice, Transporter shall post on

its website and send to the Commission a detailed explanation containing

information specific to that Individual situation to justify the issuance of the

OFO.

 

(b)

Transporter shall have the right to issue Operational Flow Orders requiring

Shippers to deliver gas to Transporter at Shipper's primary receipt points under

Shipper's FTS Service Agreement with Transporter. This right shall also apply

to Shippers which have acquired capacity via Transporter's capacity release and

assignment procedures.