Centerpoint Energy Gas Transmission Company

Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/01/2010, Docket: RP10-567-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 565 First Revised Sheet No. 565

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 565







Transporter) and in conformance with Transporter's

specifications. Bids submitted shall include the

amount of any charge requested to be paid or credited

by Transporter to the bidding party/parties for

performance of the service(s).


(iii) Transporter shall select the bid which is the most

economically and operationally beneficial, provided

that Transporter shall not be obligated to accept any

bid which, for any reason and in Transporter's sole

opinion, fails to satisfy all requirements of the

requested service(s). Upon the acceptance by

Transporter of a bid, the bidder shall be obligated

pursuant to the terms of the solicitation and bid.

Transporter may notify a successful bidder of its

acceptance of a bid in any reasonable manner.

Transporter shall post on its Internet Web Site the

name of the winning bidder(s) within forty-eight (48)

hours of selection.


(iv) Transporter may also seek bids and arrange for such

services on a contingency basis prior to the

development of such operational circumstances on its



(c) Operational Flow Orders. In the event that a threatened

condition is not, or in Transporter's reasonable estimation

cannot be, fully remedied under (a) and/or (b) above,

Transporter shall have the right to issue Operational Flow

Orders. Consistent with the provisions of this Section

20.3, Transporter may issue Standard Operational Flow Orders

and Emergency Response Operational Flow Orders. A Standard

Operational Flow Order shall consist of pre-emptive or

preventive actions or measures that neutralize or reduce

threats to, or otherwise preserve, as determined by

Transporter in its sole discretion, the integrity of all or

a portion of its system. An Emergency Response