Riverside Pipeline Company, L. P.

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 10/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 48-001, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 104 Original Sheet No. 104 : Effective








17.2 Types of Operational Flow Orders


(a) Specific line segments: Riverside may direct Shippers to

increase or decrease receipts of flowing gas in order to

maximize system capacity, maintain proper receipt

distribution on its system, or mitigate high system

pressures, provided, however, that no Shipper shall be

required to increase or decrease receipts of flowing gas to

a level that is above or below authorized contractual

maximum or minimum requirements.


(b) Peak hour deliveries: Riverside may direct Shippers to

increase peak hour deliveries in the event delivery pressure

at one or more delivery points drops below, or is expected

to drop below, the pressure provided in the applicable

service agreements. Any such order could be issued at any

time to become effective three hours after such issuance,

unless Riverside in good faith determines that a shorter

notice period is required.


17.3 Penalties


All quantities of gas tendered to Riverside and/or taken by

Shipper on a daily basis in violation of Riverside's operational

orders, or, without Riverside's advance approval, in excess of

Shipper's MDTQ, shall be treated as unauthorized overrun

deliveries and penalties as provided in Section 16.4 shall apply.


17.4 Reservation Charge Credits


Any FT Shipper whose service is reduced as a result of an

operational flow order shall be entitled to credits against the

reservation fee reflecting such reductions. Credits to FT

shippers shall reflect any reduction from a nominated, scheduled,

confirmed level of service.