Enbridge Pipelines (Midla) Inc.

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 10/01/2001, Docket: GT01- 30-000, Status: Effective

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

 

 

 

twenty-four (24) hour notice, Pipeline shall notify

Customer, either through posting of such notice on

Pipeline's EBB system and Pipeline's Internet WEB page, or

through direct communication via telephone, fax or through

other method as agreed to by Pipeline and Customer, of the

actions Customer is required to take pursuant to the

Operational Flow Order. Required actions include, but are

not limited to:

 

(1) directing a Customer or its Agent to increase

deliveries into Pipeline's system at one or more

Point(s) of Receipt;

 

(2) directing a Customer or its Agent to reduce deliveries

into Pipeline's system at one or more Point(s) of

Receipt;

 

(3) directing a Customer or its Agent to decrease the

amount of gas withdrawn from Pipeline at one or more

Points of Delivery.

 

The notice shall include the time and date the Operational

Flow Order will become effective, and the period of time

Pipeline expects the Operational Flow Order to remain in

effect.

 

(c) Compliance with an Operational Flow Order issued pursuant to

this section shall relieve Customer of any nomination,

scheduling, or other penalty, to the extent such penalty

would result from compliance with the Operational Flow

Order.

 

(d) Customer's failure to comply with an Operational Flow Order

issued pursuant to this section shall subject Customer to a

penalty as set forth in Paragraph 17.2 hereof. Customer

shall also assume all responsibility for any and all

injuries and losses due to Customer's failure to comply with

an Operational Flow Order. Customer's failure to comply

with an Operational Flow Order issued pursuant to this

Paragraph 5.9 shall authorize Pipeline to take unilateral

action, including, but not limited to, restricting

deliveries of gas to such Customer, as Pipeline in its

reasonable judgment deems