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. 194 First Revised Sheet No. 194 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 194

(b) Requested Actions: Upon issuance of an Action Alert,

Transporter can request that a Shipper take any of the

following actions, or similar actions, to the extent that

such actions will alleviate the situation:


(i) increase or decrease deliveries of gas into the system

at specified receipt points;


(ii) bring the nominations across all delivery points or,

if necessary, at specified delivery points within designated

balancing tolerances.


15.6 Balancing Alerts:


In the event that, in Transporter's judgement, the Action Alerts

under Section 15.5 are not sufficient to address the situation

fully or under circumstances in which the operational integrity of

the system is more severely threatened, Transporter may issue

Balancing Alerts.


(a) Issuance of Alerts: Balancing Alerts will be noticed in

accord with the procedures set forth in Section 15.4 and

will be issued a minimum of eight hours prior to the

required action by the Shipper.


(b) Required Actions: Balancing Alerts can be issued to effect

any of the following:


(i) curtailment of interruptible services;


(ii) adjustments of transportation nominations such that

their receipt and/or delivery flow equals their

scheduled quantities.


15.7 Shipper Compliance: A Shipper must comply with an Action Alert

and/or Balancing Alert (referred to collectively as OFOs) within

the time period set forth therein unless the Shipper is able to

demonstrate that such compliance (1) is not within the Shipper's

physical control or capability; (2) is precluded by contractual

restrictions with persons other than Transporter; and/or (3) is

prevented due to a force majeure event as defined in Section 7.3

of Transporter's General Terms and Conditions. Provided that the

Shipper shall make a good faith effort to comply with any such

OFO, including seeking waivers of any contractual limits with

third parties or modifications of operating conditions on third

party systems. Shipper shall notify Transporter immediately if it

believes that it is excused from compliance with the OFO for any

of the above stated reasons, and shall provide Transporter with

documentation sufficient to support its basis for non-compliance.