Liberty Gas Storage, LLC

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Effective Date: 04/15/2007, Docket: RP07-357-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 123 Original Sheet No. 123 : Effective



5.3 Interruption

(a) If on any Day Liberty's capability to receive or deliver quantities is

impaired so that Liberty is unable to receive or deliver all the quantities

which are scheduled, then interruption of service shall be generally

implemented in the reverse order of priority set forth in Section 5.1. However,

to the extent that scheduled secondary firm storage service must be

interrupted, it shall be allocated pro rata with primary firm storage service.

If firm storage service must be interrupted, interruption of service to firm

storage Customers shall be pro rata based on MDWQ, MDIQ or MSQ, as applicable.

Interruption of service to Interruptible Customers under Rate Schedules IP, IW,

IL, IBT, and IB and to firm Customers utilizing Excess Injection Gas and/or

Excess Withdrawal Gas (pursuant to Section 2 of Rate Schedules FSS and SFS)

shall be on a pro rata basis.

(b) Liberty shall provide Customer as much advance notice of any

interruption as is practicable under the circumstances. Such notice shall be

made by telephone, fax, e-mail or via the Internet Web Site, as appropriate,

and shall state the reduced quantities of Gas that Liberty estimates it will be

able to park, wheel, loan, store, inject, withdraw, receive or deliver, as

applicable, and the estimated duration of the interruption.

(c) If interruption is required, Liberty and Customer shall cooperate to

the extent possible in making adjustments to receipts, deliveries, injections

or withdrawals to minimize injury to any property or facilities.

5.4 Interruption Liability. Liberty shall not be liable for any loss or

damage to any person or property caused, in whole or in part, by any

interruption of service, except to the extent caused solely by Liberty's gross

negligence or willful misconduct.

5.5 Action Alerts and Operational Flow Orders.

Circumstances Warranting Issuance: As specified in this Section 5.5, Liberty

shall have the right to issue Action Alerts or Operational Flow Orders (“OFOs”)

that require actions by Customers in order (1) to alleviate conditions that

threaten to impair reliable service, (2) to maintain operations at the

pressures required to provide efficient and reliable services, (3) to have

adequate Gas supplies in the system to deliver on demand, (4) to maintain

service to all firm shippers and for all firm services, and (5) to maintain the

system in balance for the foregoing purposes.

(b) Liberty shall lift any effective Action Alert or OFO promptly upon the

cessation of operating conditions that caused the relevant system problem.