Ngo Transmission, Inc.

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Effective Date: 11/22/2003, Docket: RP04- 67-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 77 Original Sheet No. 77 : Effective


Section that require actions by Shippers in order to: (1)

alleviate conditions that threaten or could threaten the safe

operations or integrity of Transporter's system; (2) maintain

pipeline operations at the pressures required to provide efficient

and reliable services; (3) have adequate gas supplies in the

system to deliver on demand; (4) maintain service to all Shippers

and for all services; (5) maintain the system in balance for the

foregoing purposes or for the purpose of preventing undue

imbalances with an interconnecting entity; and (6) respond at any

time to requirements imposed by an entity with which Transporter



8.2 Applicability of OFO: To the extent practicable, based on

Transporter's good faith judgment concerning the situations

requiring remediation, an OFO will be directed: (1) first, to

Shippers causing the problem necessitating the OFO; (2) second, to

Shippers transporting gas in the area of the system in which there

is an operational problem; and (3) third, to those Shippers with

service affected in the area of the system where action is

required to correct the problem necessitating the OFO. Transporter

will notify affected Shippers promptly once an OFO has been



8.3 Notice: All OFOs will be issued via telephone, facsimile, or

other mutually agreeable method, to the affected Shipper(s). The

OFO will set forth: (1) the time and date of issuance; (2) the

actions Shipper/operator is required to take; (3) the time by

which Shipper must be in compliance with the OFO; (4) the

anticipated duration of the OFO; and (5) any other terms that

Transporter may reasonably require to ensure the effectiveness of

the OFO.


Each Shipper must designate two (2) persons, for Transporter to

contact on operating matters at any time, on a 24-hour a day, 365-

day a year basis. Such contact persons must have adequate

authority and expertise to deal with such operating matters. If

Transporter cannot contact any Shipper because that Shipper has

failed to designate a contact person or Shipper's contact person

is unavailable, Transporter shall not be responsible for any

consequences that could have been prevented by communication.

Transporter, however, will make reasonable continuing efforts to

notify the affected Shipper. To the extent practicable,

Transporter shall use reasonable efforts to provide an advance

warning of a possible OFO.