Mississippi River Transmission Corp.
Third Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 11/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 43-006, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 139 Original Sheet No. 139 : Superseded
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
9. SYSTEM MANAGEMENT (Continued)
(f) Any Customer which fails to adjust its receipts and/or
deliveries in compliance with an Operational Flow Order, subject
to the other provisions of this section, shall be assessed a
penalty of $10.00 per MMBtu for any daily variance from its
nomination, as revised by the Operational Flow Order, of the
greater of 3% or 1,000 MMBtu. Variances which improve system
integrity will not be penalized.
(g) Any Customer failing to abide by an Operational Flow
Order issued pursuant to this Section shall be subject to any
applicable penalties, shall be responsible for damages, and shall
indemnify MRT against any claims by third parties resulting from
the Customer's failure to comply with the Operational Flow Order.
9.8 System Protection Warnings
(a) A System Protection Warning may be noticed if MRT
anticipates problems which threaten overall operational integrity
on any portion or all of its system. The System Protection
Warning will identify the portion of MRT's system which is
affected and the estimated duration of the warning. It will also
state whether the potential system integrity problem is
anticipated to be caused by excess gas or a gas deficiency.
(b) While a System Protection Warning is in effect,
Customers are required to minimize any variances between scheduled
quantities and actual flows. Customers are also required to
minimize any imbalance between receipts and deliveries.
Deviations from scheduled quantities or imbalances which benefit
overall system operation will be permitted without penalty.
(c) Receipt and delivery of make up gas pursuant to
Section 10 may be suspended while a System Protection Warning is
in effect. Make up quantities which benefit overall system
operations may be permitted without penalty.