Stingray Pipeline Company, L. L. C.

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/2008, Docket: RP08-436-000, Status: Effective

Fifth Revised Sheet No. 130 Fifth Revised Sheet No. 130

Superseding: Fourth Revised Sheet No. 130




complies with the provisions of the OFO within such notice period

then no Violation Charge pursuant to this section shall be



10.4 Notices:


Stingray will post on Stingray's Internet Web Site its intention

to place an OFO into effect and notify the affected Shipper(s) by

electronic mail at least 24 hours prior to the implementation of

the OFO; provided, however, that a shorter notice period may be

given where action must be taken to protect the integrity of

Stingray's pipeline system. Such posting and electronic mail shall

(i) identify the parties subject to the OFO, (ii) the time the OFO

will become effective, (iii) the estimated duration of the OFO

(or, if unknown, that the OFO is indefinite). Where an OFO is made

effective on less than 24 hours notice, Stingray will also provide

prompt notice to the affected Shippers by phone and/or facsimile

to the Shipper's pre-designated contacts, and provide an

explanation with all relevant information specific to the

individual situation to justify issuance of that particular OFO.

Within a reasonable period of time following the conclusion of the

OFO, Stingray will post a report on its Internet Web Site

describing the conditions that required the issuance and

termination of the OFO.


10.5 Conditions:


If in Stingray's judgment, impending operating conditions will

cause the operating pressure at one or more Receipt or Delivery

Points to exceed the maximum allowable operating pressure or a

firm contract pressure, or the operating pressure at one or more

Delivery Points to decrease below the firm contract pressure,

Stingray may issue an OFO pursuant to this subsection requiring

that all Shippers adjust the Gas quantities or adjust the

nominations at the Receipt and Delivery Points under all

transportation Service Agreements to be in balance (adjusted for

Company Use Gas) effective the earliest opportunity that Shippers

have in their control to affect Gas quantities at either Receipt

Points or Delivery Points. Stingray shall use all available

opportunities in its control to affect Gas quantities at either

Receipt Points or Delivery Points in support of Shipper's actions

pursuant to the OFO and to mitigate the adverse effects on

Stingray's facilities.


a) Stingray may issue, on a nondiscriminatory basis, such

reasonable OFOs as may be required for the purposes set

forth in Section 10.1.


b) Compliance with the OFOs and the other terms and conditions

of Stingray's FERC Gas Tariff is essential to