Millennium Pipeline Company, L. L. C.

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Effective Date: 02/01/2010, Docket: RP10-272-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 235 First Revised Sheet No. 235

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 235





Except for force majeure events and/or events or conditions which threaten

the integrity of Transporter's system or Transporter's ability to meet its

firm service obligations, Transporter will notify Shippers at least 24 hours

in advance on its Internet EBB (1) the effective dates of the Critical Day;

(2) the type of penalties that will be applicable during the Critical Day

period; and (3) to the extent applicable, the locations where penalties will

be applied. If due to declaration of a Critical Day, a monthly penalty

becomes applicable, Transporter will notify Shippers by posting on its

Internet EBB notice that the monthly penalty is applicable.


Within two weeks of a Critical Day event, Transporter will post

information on its Internet EBB describing the events leading up to the

declaration of the Critical Day.


19.9 No Imposition of Multiple Penalties.


In the case where Shipper may be subject to multiple penalties pursuant

to Section 19 of the General Terms and Conditions of Transporter's FERC Gas

Tariff, Transporter will have the right to charge the highest available

penalties on the applicable quantities; provided, however, that Transporter

will not charge any additional penalties on the same quantities for which the

highest available penalties have been imposed.


19.10 Operational Flow Order vs. Critical Day Penalties


(a) Transporter anticipates that Critical Day penalties will be

implemented to impose system discipline to ensure Transporter's ability to

meet its firm service obligations. To the extent Critical Day penalties are no

longer imposing system discipline, such that Transporter's firm service

obligations are being threatened, Transporter can implement an Operational

Flow Order to alleviate conditions threatening the integrity of Transporter's

system. Transporter can also implement an Operational Flow Order to deal with

sudden, unexpected and catastrophic events on its system.


(b) When reasonably feasible, Transporter will post notices on its EBB

advising that if Shippers take certain specific actions, Transporter may be

able to avoid the issuance of a Critical Day, or minimize the sequential

issuance of Critical Days.