Midwestern Gas Transmission Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/09/2004, Docket: RP04-325-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 204A First Revised Sheet No. 204A : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 204A





1. DEFINITIONS (Continued)


o The term "Operational Flow Order" or "OFO" 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

Company experiences these conditions, any pertinent order should be referred to

as an Operational Flow Order. Company shall attempt to minimize the use of OFO's

and the declaration of critical periods and, when possible, shall direct an OFO

to the specific party(s) creating the operating conditions. The declaration to

the affected parties of OFO's, critical periods, and/or critical notices shall

describe the conditions and the specific responses required from the affected

parties. Notice procedures of OFO conditions shall be clearly defined in

Company's tariff. [1.2.6/v1.1] [1.1.12/v1.1] [1.3.26/v1.1] [1.3.34/v1.1]


o The term "Operational Impact Area" shall mean the largest possible area(s) on

Company's system in which imbalances have a similar operational effect. For

imbalance resolution, Company shall designate its entire pipeline system as a

single Operational Impact Area. [2.2.2/v1.5]


o The term "Out-of-Direction" shall mean a firm nomination line item that has a

nominated flow direction opposite of the nominating party's current

Transportation Path direction.


o The term "Parking Point" relative to a Buyer shall mean the Parking Points as

shown or referenced on Exhibit A to such Buyer's PAL Agreement where such Buyer

can park gas quantities on Company's system pursuant to such Agreement.