Dauphin Island Gathering Partners

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/01/2003, Docket: RP00-346-001, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 193 First Revised Sheet No. 193 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 193

15.4 Notice:


All OFO's will be issued via telephone to be followed by a

facsimile to the affected Shipper with subsequent posting on

Transporter's EBB, and notification to the affected parties

through the affected party's choice of Electronic Notice Delivery

mechanism(s). The OFO will set forth (1) the time and date of

issuance, (2) the actions Shipper/operator is required to take,

(3) the time by which Shipper must be in compliance with the OFO,

(4) the anticipated duration of the OFO, and (5) other terms that

Transporter may reasonably require to ensure the effectiveness of

the OFO. After the OFO has expired, Transporter shall post on its

EBB the factors that caused the OFO to be issued and lifted.


15.5 Action Alerts:


In the event that Transporter determines that due to (1) an

ongoing or anticipated weather event, (2) a known equipment

problem, or (3) the anticipated continuation of a current system

operational problem, action is necessary to avoid a situation

in which the system integrity is jeopardized or Transporter's

ability to render firm service is threatened, Transporter may

issue an Action Alert as set out herein to forestall the

development of the situation.


(a) Issuance of Alerts: Action Alerts will be noticed in accord

with the procedures set forth in Section 15.4 and will be

issued in two stages. A minimum of 48 hours prior to the

time that a Shipper must take the action specified in the

Alert, Transporter will issue a notice informing the Shipper

of the known or anticipated problem on the system, the

action it will be required to take, and the anticipated time

at which it will be required to take the action. Shipper

will be expected to take preliminary actions to assist

Transporter in avoiding a system problem. A minimum of 30

hours prior to the time that the Shipper is required to take

the designated action, Transporter will issue specified

action instructions. Conformance with these instructions

will be mandatory. Transporter, to the greatest extent

feasible, will issue the action instructions such that the

time of mandatory conformance will correspond with the

beginning of the gas day.