CNG Transmission Corporation

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 01/05/1998, Docket: CP96-492-008, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 307 Third Revised Sheet No. 307 : Superseded

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 307


Operational Flow Orders


discretion, a transfer may jeopardize

Pipeline's ability to perform firm service

to any Customer; or


b. the transfer could cause Pipeline to issue

an operational flow order under

Section 11B.2 above and require Customers to

deliver additional quantities at specified

receipt points, or issue an OFO under

Section 11B.3.C., above, to preserve storage

operations; or


c. the transfer could require Pipeline to

curtail firm services to any Customer.


2. Pipeline may issue an OFO under this Section

limiting transfers before receiving notice of a

transfer, after receiving notice of a transfer,

or during the period that a transfer is taking



E. Limitation of Availability of "From Customer's

Balance" Deliveries. During any Winter Period

Pipeline may issue an OFO notifying Customer that

Pipeline will not make "From Customer's Balance"

deliveries available under Rate Schedules GSS and

GSS-II, when storage inventories in Pipeline's storage

pools are below the levels that would enable Pipeline

to provide such service without impeding Pipeline's

performance of its firm service obligations or

imposing additional OFOs on Pipeline's system. Before

issuing an OFO under this Section 11B.3.E., Pipeline

will stop accepting nominations for interruptible

services, to the extent that refusing such

nominations, in whole or in part, will alleviate the

conditions that are causing Pipeline to issue this

flow order.