Ozark Gas Transmission System

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/1997, Docket: RP97-179-004, Status: Effective

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 22 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 22 : Superseded

Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 22








15.1 When a Releasing Shipper requests that

Transporter actively market its released firm capacity,

then Transporter will be entitled to a marketing fee

for successfully marketing such released firm capacity.

The fee will be negotiated between Transporter and

Releasing Shipper.


If Transporter only posts the Releasing Shipper's firm

capacity on its electronic bulletin board, and does

not actively market the released firm capacity, no

marketing fee will be charged for the routine arrangement

of transportation services.





16.1 Transporter reserves the right to issue an operational

flow order ("OFO") to any and/or all Shippers, as may be

appropriate, to accommodate OFOs issued by downstream

pipelines. Shipper shall be notified in accordance with

Rate Schedule FTS, Section 6, or Rate Schedule ITS,

Section 5 as appropriate, and be subject to penalties

therein. Transporter will minimize the use of OFOs, and

when possible, direct an OFO to the specific party(ies)

creating the operating condition. Transporter will not

constrain a Customer's response to an OFO through

restrictions on the submittal and processing of intra-day



16.2 If Transporter receives a penalty pursuant to an OFO

from a downstream pipeline as a result of the conduct of

any Shipper on Transporter, Transporter has the right to

allocate such penalty to those Shippers contributing to

the disruption due to the failure of such Shippers to

balance physical flows with nominated receipts and/or

deliveries. OFO penalties will be allocated pro rata

based on under-deliveries (if OFO is caused by

under-delivered gas), or on over-deliveries (if

OFO is caused by over-delivered gas).