Chandeleur Pipe Line Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/2010, Docket: RP10-915-000, Status: Effective

Ninth Revised Sheet No. 19B Ninth Revised Sheet No. 19B

Superseding: Eighth Revised Sheet No. 19B





2.0 DEFINITIONS (Cont'd)




2.230 "Operational Balancing Agreement (OBA)" shall mean a contract

between Chandeleur and an upstream or downstream Operator which

specifies the procedures to manage operating variances at an

interconnect. (NAESB WGQ 2.2.1)


2.235 "Operational Flow Order" shall mean an order issued to alleviate

conditions, inter alia, which threaten or could threaten the safe

operations or system integrity, of Chandeleur's system or to

maintain operations required to provide efficient and reliable

firm service. Whenever Chandeleur experiences these conditions,

any pertinent order will be referred to as an Operational Flow

Order. (NAESB WGQ 1.2.6)


2.240 "Operational Impact Area" is the term used to describe

Chandeleur's designation of the largest possible area(s) on its

system in which imbalances have a similar operational effect.

(NAESB WGQ 2.2.2)


2.241 "Operational Transaction(s) Report" shall have the meaning as set

forth in Section 8.4(f) of these General Terms and Conditions.


2.242 "Operational Transaction" shall have the meaning as set forth in

Section 8.4(f) of these General Terms and Conditions.


2.245 "Operator" shall include any Person or Party responsible for

operating facilities that are interconnected with Chandeleur or

acting as agent for the interconnected party and who is authorized

to confirm Shipper nominations and ensure, in cooperation with the

Shipper and other Person or Party in the confirmation path, that

physical flows conform to the scheduled quantities. The Operator

must have the ability to control or cause the control of the

physical operation of the facilities interconnected to Chandeleur.