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Effective Date: 06/01/2009, Docket: RP09-365-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 70 Original Sheet No. 70



22.1 In the event of force majeure or operating conditions

that threaten the integrity of Company's liquefied natural

gas storage facilities, it may be necessary for Company to

issue Operational Flow Orders (OFOs) to effectuate vaporization

and delivery of gas stored at such facilities. Before issuing

an OFO, Company will attempt to remedy those operating

conditions through requests for voluntary action provided,

however, exigent circumstances may exist which require

immediate issuance of an OFO. Accordingly, upon issuance

of an OFO by Company to Customer, Customer shall adjust

its gas receipts from Company as directed in the OFO.


22.2 Any OFO by Company shall be given to Customer at

least 24 hours in advance, unless exigent circumstances

dictate otherwise. Each OFO will contain the following



(a) time and date of issuance;


(b) time that the OFO is considered to be effective (if

no time is specified, the OFO shall be effective immediately);


(c) duration of the OFO (if none is specified, the OFO will

be effective until further notice):


(d) a description of the event leading to the issuance

of the OFO;


(e) the amount of gas required to be taken by

Customer; and


(f) any other terms Company may reasonably require to

ensure effectiveness of the OFO.


Company will publish all notices of implementation of an

OFO and all provisions of an OFO on Company's EBB and, at

Customer's choice, provide notice either by e-mail or

directly to Customer's Internet URL address, as expeditiously

as possible. Upon termination of an OFO, Company will post

on Company's EBB relevant information specific to the individual

situation regarding the issuance and lifting of that particular

OFO as soon as it is available.