Stay in Touch with E-mail OFO Notice
Friday, October 18, 2002
E-mail is one of the most convenient ways to receive OFO notices. Pacific Gas and Electric Company is now working to ensure that everyone interested in receiving such e-mail notices is set up to receive them.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company Account Representatives are now asking noncore end-use gas customers to add an e-mail contact to their Natural Gas Service Agreements. When an OFO is called, OFO notices will then be e-mailed to these contacts. As a result, gas suppliers may receive some OFO notice questions from their end-use customers.
Similarly, California Gas Transmission is now contacting its customers who do not have an e-mail address listed in INSIDEtracc as an "OFO/EFO notify" or "Operating Communications" contact. If you are unsure who at your company receives OFO notices via e-mail, please contact your CGT Account Services Representative.
Pursuant to Pacific Gas and Electric Company's Advice Letter 2397-G, approved by the California Public Utilities Commission last month, OFO notification via fax will be discontinued in favor of e-mail service. Accordingly, the standard form Authorization to Revise Exhibit D of Pacific Gas and Electric Company Natural Gas Service Agreement has been updated to include e-mail addresses.
Please contact your CGT Account Services Representative with any questions.
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