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Seventh Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/16/2009, Docket: RP10-53-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 565 First Revised Sheet No. 565

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 565

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

(G) In the event there is a need for Pipeline to engage in routine and normal

maintenance of the system, to undertake repairs and replacements of lines of

pipe, to schedule U.S. DOT compliance activities, to install taps, to make pig

runs, to test storage fields, to test equipment, to check or change compressor

internals for different flow conditions, or to engage in other similar actions

affecting the capacity of any portions of the system of Pipeline, Pipeline shall

issue operational flow orders pursuant to this Section 4.3(G) of the General

Terms and Conditions to inform all Customers under all of Pipeline's applicable

rate schedules of such planned maintenance or other activities that will affect

the capacity of any portions of the system, explaining in detail the action

which affects the portion of the system and the portion of the system affected.

An order issued pursuant to this Section 4.3(G) will contain an estimate of the

time, duration, and impact of the activity. Pipeline shall exercise due

diligence to schedule routine repair and maintenance so as to minimize

disruptions of service to Customers. This provision is in addition to, but not

co-extensive with, the force majeure provision contained in the General Terms

and Conditions of Pipeline's FERC Gas Tariff. An event of force majeure may

affect deliveries, but not trigger the need for an operational flow order

pursuant to this Section 4.3(G). An order issued pursuant to this Section

4.3(G) shall be canceled when such planned maintenance or other activities have

been completed.

 

(H) In the event the delivery pressure to one or more Customers drops below the

pressure provided in the service agreement(s) of the Customer(s), Pipeline may

immediately issue an operational flow order pursuant to this Section 4.3(H) of

the General Terms and Conditions requiring that deliveries under all of

Pipeline's rate schedules be made on a uniform hourly rate effective three (3)

hours after issuance of the operational flow order. If only one segment of

Pipeline's system has been affected by low pressure, the operational flow order

shall be limited to that section of the system. For the duration of this

operational flow order, increases in scheduled delivery quantities within

affected segments of Pipeline's system will be made on a prospective basis only.

 

(I) In the event total remaining storage inventories are reduced to 30% of maximum

Storage Inventory at any time, Pipeline may issue an operational flow order

pursuant to this Section 4.3(I) of the General Terms and Conditions requiring

imbalances incurred during the term of this operational flow order attributable

to deliveries in excess of scheduled delivery quantities or receipts of less than

scheduled receipt quantities must be scheduled as Gas due to Pipeline on the Day

following posting of such operational imbalance on the LINK® System and for

imbalances due Pipeline that were incurred prior to the issuance of an

operational flow