Horizon Pipeline Company, L.L.C.

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Effective Date: 11/01/2003, Docket: RP02-153-003, Status: Suspended

Second Revised Sheet No. 232 Second Revised Sheet No. 232 : Suspended

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 232




(b) In issuing Operational Flow Orders to correct

problems with either too much gas or insufficient gas being received vis-

a-vis deliveries, Horizon will generally follow the following sequence, to

the extent there is sufficient time:


(1) Horizon will require all Shippers out of

balance to the detriment of the system to balance their Agreements.


(2) Horizon will seek voluntary action from

Shippers, subject to the Shipper and Horizon negotiating adequate



(3) Horizon will interrupt interruptible services

if that will restore system flexibility prior to issuance of generally

applicable Operational Flow Orders or curtailment of firm services. This

step will be taken when Shippers are failing to comply with previously

issued Operational Flow Orders or when Horizon cannot identify which

Shippers are creating the problem.


(c) Notice of an Operational Flow Order will be posted

on Horizon's Interactive Website, and will be the first item shown on the

bulletin board feature of its Interactive Website. Horizon shall also

post, as soon as available, information about operational parameters which

affect when an Operational Flow Order will begin and end (e.g.,

significant changes in pressure on any pipeline segment, status of

facility repairs, etc.). Horizon shall provide as much advance warning as

possible of: (i) conditions which may create the need to issue an

Operational Flow Order; and (ii) the issuance, termination or modification

of an Operational Flow Order. Horizon will endeavor to post the notice

that it will issue an Operational Flow Order on its Interactive Website

before 4:00 p.m. Central Time or otherwise will endeavor to notify

Shippers via its Interactive Website by 4:00 p.m. Central Time that they

should check Horizon's Interactive Website again at a specified later time

to see whether an Operational Flow Order will be in effect for the next

day. Horizon must attempt to give actual notice of an Operational Flow

Order via telefax or telephone (provided a Shipper has given the numbers

to Horizon as required in Section 34.1) at least four (4) hours prior to

the start of the day before an Operational Flow Order will be effective as

to a Shipper; provided, however, that Horizon may issue an Operational

Flow Order on as little as one (1) hours notice where operationally

necessary. Such notice shall specify the anticipated duration of the

Operational Flow Order. An Operational Flow Order will be effective at the

start of a day and will continue until the end of the day and through the

end of successive days until Horizon notifies Shippers on its Interactive

Website that the Operational Flow Order has been lifted.