Kansas Pipeline Company

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Effective Date: 05/11/1998, Docket: CP96-152-022, Status: Effective

Sub First Revised Sheet No. 246 Sub First Revised Sheet No. 246 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 246

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Continued)

 

Operational flow orders shall be issued by telephone and

facsimile transmission and shall also be posted on Kansas

Pipeline's IEC. Notice of such operational flow order

shall specify the nature of the problem sought to be

addressed, the anticipated duration of the required

compliance, and the parameters of such compliance.

Kansas Pipeline will issue general, system-wide OFO's

only after Kansas Pipeline determines that it is not

possible for it to issue an OFO on a specific portion of

the system.

 

12.12(a) Types of Operational Flow Orders

 

(1) System Maintenance

 

Kansas Pipeline may direct Shippers under any

firm or interruptible Rate Schedule to

increase or decrease receipts of flowing gas

in specified line segments in order to

accommodate required maintenance, either

scheduled or unscheduled.

 

(2) Specific Line Segments

Kansas Pipeline may direct Shippers under any

firm or interruptible Rate Schedules to

increase or decrease receipts of flowing gas in

order to maximize available compressor station

horsepower on high demand days, maximize system

capacity, maintain proper receipt distribution

on its system, or mitigate high system pressures.

 

(3) Voluntary Arrangements

 

Kansas Pipeline may also activate any prearranged

Voluntary arrangements under which gas is

diverted from one Shipper to another.

 

Kansas Pipeline may direct shippers under any

firm or interruptible Rate Schedules to

increase receipts of flowing gas to maintain

a system balance on Kansas Pipeline's system.