Ozark Gas Transmission, L. L. C.

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/16/2009, Docket: RP09-1040-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 169E Original Sheet No. 169E




20.3 Curtailment of Scheduled Quantities during a Gas Day.


(a) If, at any time, Transporter determines that the capacity of

its system, or portion(s) thereof, is insufficient to serve

all scheduled service, or to accept the quantities of

Natural Gas tendered, capacity which requires curtailment

shall be curtailed so as to provide the service which is

feasible in the order prescribed for Scheduling in Section

20.1 above; provided, however, once scheduled, all firm

Shipper nominations shall have the same curtailment

priority. Transporter shall restrict limited capacity that

is insufficient to meet all nominations within any priority

category pro rata on the basis of nominations.


(b) In the event that a capacity constraint occurs on an

upstream or downstream system which results in a

curtailment, the upstream or downstream operator shall

determine the change in scheduled nominations of its

Shippers. Such change in scheduled nominations shall be

confirmed via the LINK® System or EDI.


(c) To enable prompt action in an emergency situation where

capacity is insufficient, Transporter shall have the

authority to take all necessary and appropriate actions, as

then may appear necessary, to preserve the operational

integrity of its system. Transporter shall notify Shippers

of the existence of any such emergency situation by use of

Electronic Communication, as soon as it is reasonably