Florida Gas Transmission Company, LLC

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/12/2010, Docket: RP10-842-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 285 First Revised Sheet No. 285

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 285





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

including a listing of specific receipt point(s) in an Affected

Area, or shift supply inputs (in whole or part) to different receipt

points located in a supply area other than the Affected Area;

(2) To cease or reduce supply inputs by a specified quantity, or at

specific receipt points in an Affected Area;

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

specified volume or at specific delivery points;

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

volumes and/or at specified delivery points, 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 addressed.


Transporter shall provide information to affected Shippers after an OFO is

issued concerning the factors that caused the OFO to be issued and then



(b) Transportation Service Providers should provide affected parties with

notification of intraday bumps, operational flow orders and other critical

notices through the affected party's choice of Electronic Notice Delivery



Unless the affected party and the Transportation Service Provider (TSP)

have agreed to exclusive notification via EDI/EDM, the affected party

should provide the TSP with at least one Internet E-mail address to be used

for Electronic Notice Delivery of intraday bumps, operational flow orders

and other critical notices. The obligation of the TSP to provide

notification is waived until the above requirement has been met.

Transportation Service Providers should support the concurrent sending of

electronic notification of intraday bumps, operationally flow orders and

other critical notices to two Internet E-mail addresses for each affected



(c) If any Shipper fails to comply with an Operational Flow Order, such Shipper

shall be subject to a penalty of $10.00 per MMBtu times any volume of gas

by which Shipper deviated from the requirements of the Operational Flow

Order. Such penalty will be in addition to the settlement of the volume

deviations which will be recorded in the Operating Account as provided for

in Section 13.A. Such penalty will be accounted for pursuant to Section



Compliance 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.


(d) Neither Shipper nor Delivery Point Operator (if different from Shipper)

shall be subject to any penalties from Transporter with respect to any

action taken by said Shipper or Delivery Point Operator which action was in

reasonable reliance on an Operational Flow Order issued by Transporter.