Ozark Gas Transmission System

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/1998, Docket: RP98-283-001, Status: Effective

Substitute Third Revised Sheet No. 43 Substitute Third Revised Sheet No. 43 : Superseded

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 43

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

Standard 4.3.1: By 4/1/97, all parties sending and

receiving data should accept a TCP/IP connection.

At a minimum, sending and receiving parties should designate

an internet address as a designated site for the receipt and

delivery of GISB standardized data sets subject to the

successful completion of pilot testing by 1/1/97 to ensure

that security, performance (within GISB standard data

transmission time), and reliability are acceptable. The GISB

data file format should be utilized. The Future Technology

Task Force should determine the direction of outstanding

issues such as security, archiving, receipt notification,

etc., by 7/1/96.

 

Standard 4.3.2 On time stamping, data leaves control of the

originator by the same time (deadline), regardless of

mechanism (3rd service provider time stamp is acceptable)

and 15 minutes of communication time should be available to

allow accumulation of all transactions to the pipeline. A

standard network protocol (TCP/IP) should be in service for

direct connect to the pipeline designed site by 4/1/97.

 

Standard 4.3.3: Originating party is any system

originating/creating the document reflecting the transaction

to be submitted (this could also include a third-party

service provider or a transportation service provider's

EBB). Within the 15-minute window the transaction should be

received by the receiving party. Errors in transmission

shall be governed by the terms and conditions of the trading

partner agreement between the parties. The receiving party

may also waive the 15-minute window requirement at its own

discretion.

 

Standard 4.3.5: Documents that are made available on the

Transporter's designated site are downloadable on demand in

a GISB specified electronic structure.

 

Standard 4.3.6: Transporter has established an HTML site

accessible via the Internet's World Wide Web. This web site

can be accessed at http://www.ozarkgas.com.

 

Standard 4.3.7: At a minimum, the designated site should be

accessible via the public Internet. This specifically does

not preclude location of the designated site on a private

intranet as long as the designated site is accessible via

the public Internet.

 

Standard 4.3.8: The minimum acceptable protocol should be

HTTP. All sending and receiving parties should be capable

of sending and receiving using HTTP.