Florida Gas Transmission Company, LLC

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 09/01/2006, Docket: RP06-463-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 282 Original Sheet No. 282 : Effective





C. Operational Controls


1. Operating personnel of Shipper or its designee(s) and/or

other entities 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 failure of communication.


Transporter shall not knowingly schedule or permit

scheduling of service which will result in an operating

condition in which system pressure rises or falls to

operationally unacceptable levels or would otherwise

jeopardize the integrity of the system and the ability of

Transporter to provide service under firm rate schedules.


2. An operational flow order is an order issued to alleviate

conditions, inter alia, which threaten or could threaten the

safe operations or system integrity, of the transportation

service provider's system or to maintain operations required

to provide efficient and reliable firm service. Whenever a

Transportation Service Provider experiences these

conditions, any pertinent order should be referred to as an

Operational Flow Order. The declaration to the affected

parties of operational flow orders, critical periods and/or

critical notices should describe the conditions and the

specific responses required from the affected parties. In

the event that Transporter determines in its sole

discretion, reasonably exercised, that action is required to

avoid an operating condition in which system pressure is not

maintained, in which system pressure is maintained at an

operationally unacceptably high level, or in which the

overall operational integrity of the system is jeopardized,

Transporter may, on a not unduly discriminatory basis, cause

implementation of, or request Shippers to take any one or a

combination of the following actions, or other similar

actions, to the extent such actions would tend to alleviate

the operating condition or anticipated operating condition:


(a) Issue an Operational Flow Order ("OFO") as set forth

in Section 17.C.3.


(b) Implement the Monthly Swing Shipper provisions set

forth in Section 17.C.4.