Cheniere Creole Trail Pipeline, L.P.

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/28/2008, Docket: RP08-137-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 159 Original Sheet No. 159 : Pending






(iii) Operating personnel of Shipper or its designee(s) and/or other


which are physically taking delivery of gas from Transporter or tendering gas

to Transporter shall cooperate fully with Transporter in maintaining the

integrity of Transporter's system. Shipper shall name contact person(s)

available to receive communication from Transporter on operating matters at

any time, on a 24-hour a day, 365-day a year basis. If Transporter is unable

after reasonable efforts to contact any Shipper or Shipper's contact person,

such Shipper shall be solely responsible for any consequences arising from

such impossibility of communication.


(iv) Compliance with an OFO shall be defined as a measurable change in gas

flow to the hourly or daily level specified in the Operational Flow Order,

written confirmation of a flow rate change on an upstream pipeline, or a

written confirmed scheduling change with Transporter.


(v) Such Operational Flow Order may require a Shipper, its designee(s) or

other entity(ies) selected by Shipper to undertake any of the following:


(1) To commence or increase supply inputs into Transporter's pipeline system

at specified rate(s) of flow;


(2) To cease or reduce supply inputs by a specified quantity and rate(s) of



(3) To commence or increase takes of gas from Transporter's pipeline system

by a specified quantity or at specified delivery points at specified rate(s)

of flow;


(4) To reduce takes of gas from Transporter's pipeline system by specified

quantities and/or at specified delivery points and rate(s) of flow, or;


(5) In the event the action(s) set forth in (1)-(4) herein are not

operationally feasible, the Operational Flow Order may require Shipper, its

designee(s), or other entity(ies) to take such other action as are within

Shipper's control which would tend to alleviate the operating condition to be