CNG Transmission Corporation

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 01/05/1998, Docket: RP97-406-005, Status: Effective

Sub. Original Sheet No. 304B Sub. Original Sheet No. 304B : Superseded

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Operational Flow Orders

 

2. Upon the issuance of an OFO, Customer must

take the actions set forth in the OFO, which

may include, but are not limited to, the

following actions:

 

a. Customer may be required to reduce excess

injections into storage;

b. Customer's injections into storage during

the Winter Period may be limited by

Pipeline;

c. Customer may be required to receive

and/or deliver gas at Primary points;

d. Customer may be required to fully utilize

all of its firm transportation capacity

on Pipeline before withdrawing gas from

storage;

e. Customer may be required to reduce its

withdrawals from storage (applies only

where Customer's Storage Demand is equal

to or greater than 1/60th of Customer's

Storage Capacity);

f. Customer's transfer of injection and

withdrawal entitlements may be limited;

g. Customer may not be able to receive "From

Customer's Balance" deliveries; and

h. Customer's off-system capacity releases

may be terminated.

 

B. Winter Injections. During any Winter Period,

Pipeline may issue an operational flow order

("OFO") limiting Customer injections into storage

when: Pipeline's operations do not permit Pipeline

to physically inject into its high deliverability

storage pools.

 

C. Preservation of Storage Operations. Pipeline's

storage pools cannot provide maximum deliverability

for unlimited time periods. Therefore, in the

event that Pipeline determines that action is

necessary to prevent damage to its storage pools or

to ensure the operational integrity of Pipeline's

system, Pipeline may issue the following OFOs, in

sequence, as necessary to preserve firm service to

firm Customers: