Monroe Gas Storage Company, LLC

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Effective Date: 04/29/2009, Docket: RP09-447-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 142 Original Sheet No. 142

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

7. PRIORITY, INTERRUPTION OF SERVICE AND OPERATIONAL FLOW ORDERS (Continued)

 

7.4 Operational Flow Orders (Continued)

 

(d) Applicability of OFO. Operator shall make an OFO as localized as

is reasonably practicable based on Operator's good faith and

reasonable judgment concerning the situations requiring

remediation, such that an OFO will be directed first to Customers

and point operators causing the problem requiring an OFO and

second, if necessary, to all other Customers and point operators.

Operator will tailor the OFO to match the severity of the known or

anticipated operation problem requiring remediation as more fully

set forth in Section 7.4(f) below. The declaration to the affected

parties of OFO shall describe the conditions and the specific

responses required from the affected parties.

 

(e) Notice. OFOs will be issued by telephone to be followed by

facsimile to the affected Customer(s) or point operator(s), with

subsequent posting on the Web Site, and notice to affected

parties, as established in their Service Agreements. Operator

shall also provide such notification by way of e-mail

communication to those Customers and point operators that have

provided e-mail address information for at least one contact

person and have requested, by way of Operator's Web Site, e-mail

notification of critical notices issued by Operator. The OFO will

set forth:

 

(1) the time and date of issuance;

 

(2) the actions Customer or point operator is required to take;

 

(3) the time by which Customer or point operator must be in

compliance with the OFO;

 

(4) the anticipated duration of the OFO;

 

(5) the status of operational variables that determine when an

OFO will begin and end; and

 

(6) any other terms that Operator may reasonably require to

ensure the effectiveness of the OFO.