Hardy Storage Company, LLC

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Effective Date: 04/01/2007, Docket: CP05-150-003, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 131 Original Sheet No. 131 : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Cont’d)

 

 

(c) Except for force majeure events, events or conditions which

threaten the integrity of Seller's system, Seller will give at least 24

hours general advance notice of an OFO by posting on the EBB the conditions

that may jeopardize the system or affect Seller's ability to meet its firm

service obligations. Seller reserves the right to issue an OFO to be

effective upon less than 24 hours notice if necessary to protect the

integrity of its system. If Seller issues an OFO without providing such 24

hours notice, Seller shall post on its EBB and send to the Commission a

detailed explanation containing information specific to that individual

situation to justify the issuance of the OFO.

 

(d) In addition to the 24-hour notice requirement of Section 17.1(c)

above, Seller shall post, giving as much advance warning as is reasonably

possible, information regarding the operational variables that give, or will

in the future give, rise to issuance of an OFO and Seller will provide

updates regarding the expected duration of an OFO based on those operational

variables. In addition, and within a reasonable period of time following

termination of an OFO, Seller shall post on its EBB a report detailing the

factors requiring the issuance and the termination of an OFO.

 

(e) Seller shall issue OFOs by posting on its EBB and by Electronic

Notice Delivery to Customer's representative. Customers shall monitor

Seller's EBB for any OFO applicable to Customer's service and shall be

solely responsible for compliance with each OFO. Electronic Notice Delivery

shall be according to the following provisions:

 

(1) Seller should provide affected parties with notification of

intraday bumps, OFOs and other critical notices through the affected

party’s choice of Electronic Notice Delivery mechanism(s).

 

(2) Unless the affected party and Seller have agreed to

exclusive notification via EDI/EDM, the affected party should provide

Seller with at least one Internet E-mail address to be used for

Electronic Notice Delivery of intraday bumps, OFOs and other critical

notices. The obligation of Seller to provide notification is waived

until the above requirement has been met.

 

(3) Seller should support the concurrent sending of electronic

notification of intraday bumps, OFOs and other critical notices to two

Internet E-mail addresses for each affected party.