Carnegie Interstate Pipeline Company

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Effective Date: 01/01/1995, Docket: CP93-552-003, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 107 Original Sheet No. 107 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 107

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

16.2 Operational Flow Order Condition

 

As a condition to each Service Agreement under

CIPCO's Rate Schedules FTS, ITS, FGS, and IGS,

Customer shall guarantee that CIPCO will have the

right to issue an OFO directly to any supplier,

operator, transporter, or owner of Customer's gas.

 

16.3 Types of Operational Flow Orders

 

CIPCO shall have the right to issue OFOs for the

purposes set forth in Section 16.1. Circumstances

under which CIPCO may issue operational flow orders

include, but are not limited to, the following:

 

(a) System maintenance

 

CIPCO may direct Customers receiving

service under CIPCO's Rate Schedule(s) FTS, ITS,

FGS, or IGS to increase or decrease receipts of

flowing gas at specified Receipt Point(s) or in

specified line segments in order to accommodate

required maintenance, either scheduled or

unscheduled, as required on any portion of

CIPCO's system; provided however, routine

maintenance shall be scheduled so as to minimize

disruption of service as much as possible on

CIPCO's system.

 

(b) System operation

 

CIPCO may direct Customers receiving

service under CIPCO's Rate Schedule(s) FTS, ITS,

FGS, or IGS to increase or decrease receipts of

flowing gas in order to maximize available

compressor station horsepower on high demand

days, maximize system capacity, maintain proper

receipt distribution on its system, or alleviate

high system pressures.

 

CIPCO may direct Customers receiving

service under CIPCO's Rate Schedule(s) FTS or

FGS to decrease deliveries from CIPCO in the

event that the delivery pressure at one or more

Delivery Point(s) drops below, or is expected to

drop below, reasonable operating limits.