Mid Louisiana Gas Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/1997, Docket: RP97-151-007, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 107 First Revised Sheet No. 107 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 107

5.8 The Point of Delivery shall be at the outlet side of

Pipeline's measuring facilities at the point of connection

between the facilities of Pipeline and those of Customer as

set forth in the applicable Service Agreement. Should any of

Pipeline's lines, meters, and like equipment which is

necessary for Pipeline to install at or near the point of

delivery be on property of Customer, Customer grants to

Pipeline the right of free use of such premises and ingress

and egress to such facilities at all times for the purpose of

installation, operation, repair, or removal. Such facilities

of Pipeline shall be and remain the property of Pipeline and

may be removed upon the termination of deliveries to Customer.

 

5.9 Operational Flow Orders

 

(a) Pipeline shall be authorized to issue Operational Flow

Orders pursuant to this Paragraph 5.9. An Operational

Flow Order shall direct a Customer to take or to refrain

from taking any action, as set forth in Paragraph

5.9(b), within the control of Customer. Pipeline may

issue an Operational Flow Order when, in Pipeline's

reasonable discretion, it determines that such an order

is necessary to alleviate conditions, inter alia, which

threaten or in Pipeline's judgment could threaten the safe

operations or operational integrity of Pipeline's system

or to maintain operations required to provide efficient

and reliable firm service. Operational Flow Orders shall be

so-designated, and shall be issued by Pipeline at such times

as Pipeline experiences these conditions. Operational flow

Orders will be issued on a non-discriminatory basis and will

not be issued to a Customer operating within the

provisions of Pipeline's FERC Gas Tariff except during

curtailment situations as described in Section 6 of

Pipeline's General Terms and Conditions.

 

(b) If Pipeline determines, in its reasonable discretion,

that an Operational Flow Order must be issued to

maintain or regain operational control of Pipeline's

system, Pipeline shall provide Customer with twenty-four

(24) hours notice prior to issuing an Operational Flow

Order, unless Pipeline determines that operational

conditions require a shorter notice period in which

Customer shall be required to take or refrain from

taking any action. In the event of the issuance of a