Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation

Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/01/2001, Docket: RP01-291-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 496 Third Revised Sheet No. 496 : Effective

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 496

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

(I) Situation Reports and Notices:

 

(1) Pipeline shall provide Customer with notice of curtailment or interruption

at a time and in a manner that is reasonable under then existing

conditions, and shall in any event confirm in writing the notice given if

originally provided telephonically.

 

(2) Customer shall have the responsibility to inform its suppliers, other

transporters and all others involved in the transaction, as to any

curtailment or interruption.

 

4.3 Operational Flow Orders

 

(A) (1) Pipeline shall have the right to issue operational flow orders as specified

in this Section 4.3 upon determination by Pipeline that action is required

in order to alleviate conditions which threaten the integrity of Pipeline's

system, to maintain pipeline operations at the pressures required to

provide an efficient and reliable firm transportation service, to have

adequate gas supplies in the system to deliver on demand (including

injection of gas into the mainline, providing line pack, and injecting gas

into storage at the right place and time), to maintain firm service to all

Customers and for all firm services, and to maintain the system in balance

for the foregoing purposes. The conditions under which the operational

flow orders may be issued by Pipeline and when such operational flow orders

will be canceled are set forth in Sections 4.3(B) through 4.3(M) of the

General Terms and Conditions. For operational flow orders issued pursuant

to Sections 4.3(B) through 4.3(F) and 4.3(I) through 4.3(M), each

operational flow order will be issued by 9:00 a.m. CT to be effective at

9:00 a.m. CT of the following day. Such operational flow order will be

posted on the LINK® System and the Web site and to the extent the

operational flow order is applicable only to specific Customers, Pipeline

will notify such Customers by telefacsimile. Notice of operational flow

orders will be provided to affected parties through the affected party's

choice of Electronic Notice Delivery mechanism(s). For operational flow

orders issued pursuant to Section 4.3(G), the effective date and time will

be specified in each operational flow order. Operational flow orders

pursuant to Section 4.3(H) will be issued and become effective as defined

in Section 4.3(H). The notice period for Customer's nominations

established in Section 4.1 shall be extended to 12:00 noon CT on any day

that an operational flow order is issued pursuant to this Section 4.3 for

all Customers affected by such order.

 

(2) Prior to issuing an operational flow order pursuant to this Section 4.3 of

the General Terms and Conditions, all tariff remedies will be sought

against those at