Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/13/2008, Docket: RP08-376-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 82 Original Sheet No. 82 TRANSPORTATION GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Continued)endeavor to cause a minimum of inconvenience to Shipper and, except in casesof emergency, shall give Shipper advance notice of its intention to sointerrupt the transportation of gas and of the expected magnitude of suchinterruptions. (a) Operational Flow Orders (OFO) will be issued when requiredfor the maintenance or expansion of the system. Notice of an OFO that isnot for emergency repair purposes, will be issued no less than three (3) daysprior to the scheduled start date of the OFO. (b) Operational Flow Orders (OFO) that are issued on an emergencybasis will be communicated as quickly as MIGC is aware of the emergency. (c) Notice of an OFO will include the reason for the OFO, thescheduled start date and time, and the anticipated completion date and time.If the OFO extends longer than twentyfour (24) hours, MIGC will issue updateson the status of the OFO and the expected return to service every twentyfour(24) hours. Notice will be given by facsimile transmission and by posting anotice on the web site. 3. Preservation of System Integrity - MIGC shall have the right tointerrupt service without prior notice to Shipper in the event actions by theShipper threaten the integrity of MIGC's system or in the event thatimmediate or irreparable harm will be caused by Shipper's failure to complywith the terms of the applicable Rate Schedule or Transportation ServiceAgreement.16. STATUTORY REGULATION 1. The respective obligations of MIGC and Shipper under the executedTransportation Service Agreement are subject to the laws, orders, rules andregulations of duly constituted authorities having jurisdiction.