Mobile Bay Pipeline Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/1997, Docket: RP97-155-007, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 208 Second Revised Sheet No. 208 : Effective

Superseding: Superseding 1st Rev 1st Rev Sheet No. 208



flows exceed the allowed variance from uniform hourly rates, then

Pipeline, after providing notice to Shipper and Operator, will:


can no longer confirm the quantities or the Shipper cannot

provide a revised nomination which can be confirmed;


physical controls available to Transporter; or


Operational Flow Order as described in Section 12(n),



conditions, inter alia, which threaten or could threaten the safe

operations or system integrity, of Transporter’s system or to

maintain operations required to provide efficient and reliable

firm service. Whenever Transporter experiences these conditions,

any pertinent order shall be referred to as an Operational Flow

Order. The declaration to the affected parties of operational

flow orders, critical periods, and/or critical notices shall

describe the conditions and the specific responses required from

the affected parties. No fees will be assessed for actions taken

by a Customer in compliance with an OFO. Transporter will

provide notice of an OFO at least eight (8) hours prior to the

action required by the OFO or such shorter time as required to

protect the operational integrity of the pipeline. The notice of

an OFO will be posted on Transporter's Customer Electronic System

followed by notification by telephone to the Customer's dispatch

number, and written confirmation will be sent to Customer's

facsimile machine number. Notice of all OFOs together with the

explanation for its issuance will be sent to the Commission

within 48 hours of issuance by over-night mail or facsimile. The

notice of an OFO will state the grounds for the issuance, the

action required to be taken by Customer and when the Customer

must comply with the order.