CNG Transmission Corporation

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 01/05/1998, Docket: RP97-406-005, Status: Effective

Sub. Second Revised Sheet No. 308 Sub. Second Revised Sheet No. 308 : Superseded

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 308


Operational Flow Orders


11B.4 Terms And Conditions Applicable To Transportation



A. In the event that one or more Customers receiving

service under Rate Schedules FT, FTNN, IT and/or MCS

are overdelivering or underdelivering gas in violation

of the applicable terms and conditions of their Rate

Schedules, Pipeline may issue an operational flow

order ("OFO") to maintain or restore a balance on

Pipeline's system to protect Pipeline's system

integrity and allow Pipeline to satisfy its firm

service obligations.


1. Specific Instances. A Customer receiving under

Rate Schedule FT, FTNN, IT and/or MCS may be

subject to OFOs issued by Pipeline:


a. to alleviate conditions that threaten the

operational integrity of Pipeline's system;

b. to maintain pressures necessary for

Pipeline's operations;

c. to ensure adequate flowing supplies are

delivered to specific Receipt Points on

Pipeline's system;

d. to alleviate operational problems arising

from overdeliveries or underdeliveries by

Customer in violation of its Service

Agreement and/or applicable Rate Schedule;

e. Customers under Rate Schedule FT and FTNN

may also be subject to OFOs issued by


(1) when Pipeline experiences or forecasts

three consecutive days where Customers

withdraw maximum or near-maximum

quantities from storage; or

(2) when necessary to prevent damage to

Pipeline's storage pools.

f. Customers under Rate Schedule FTNN may also

be subject to OFOs issued by Pipeline:

(1) when hourly takes by Customer at any

Delivery Point are in excess of

quantities that Pipeline can handle; or

(2) when conditions of Pipeline's system

preclude use of "From Customer's

Balance" provisions to replace