ANR Storage Company

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Effective Date: 11/01/2007, Docket: RP08- 16-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 155A Second Revised Sheet No. 155A : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 155A

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

 

16. OPERATIONAL FLOW ORDER ("OFO")

 

16.1 General. Seller, in its discretion, shall have the right to

issue OFOs when in its judgement it is necessary to

maintain or restore the operational integrity of Seller's

Storage system. Seller will not be required to issue an

OFO:

 

(a) to redeliver Gas to any Customer that has not tendered

Equivalent Quantities of Gas to Seller's Storage

system; or

 

(b) to any other pipeline in order to obtain access to

quantities of Gas, except to the extent that such

quantities of Gas are being transported by such

pipeline for the account of a Customer.

 

Seller shall not be required to respond to any OFO that it

receives from an interstate pipeline that is not currently

providing Equivalent Quantities and pressures of Gas to

Seller, unless Seller is a customer on that pipeline.

 

16.2 Forms of OFOs. An OFO may:

 

(a) direct any Customer to increase/decrease quantities

injected or withdrawn or increase/decrease pressures

at a Point of Injection/Withdrawal, in accordance

with Section 16.4, below; or

 

(b) implement verbal arrangements with transporters; or

 

(c) enable Seller to take or require any other actions as

may be deemed necessary by Seller in its judgement in

order to maintain the operational integrity of

Seller's Storage system.

 

16.3 OFO Operations Conditions. OFOs may be issued in any of the

following circumstances:

 

(a) to alleviate conditions that threaten the operational

integrity of Seller's Storage system; or

 

(b) to maintain minimum necessary pressures for Storage

operations; or

 

The OFO will remain in effect until the operational

condition requiring its issuance has been remedied.