TSP:                                     006968077
 TSP Name:                                ENABLE MISSISSIPPI RIVER TRANSMISSION, LLC
 Notice Description:                      Not a critical notice
 Notice Effective Date:                   08/01/2013
 Notice Effective Time:                   10:40
 Notice End Date:                         00/00/0000
 Notice End Time:                         00:00
 Notice Identifier:                       807
 Notice Status Description:               Initiate
 Notice Type:                             Waste Heat
 Posting Date/Time:                       08/01/2013 10:40
 Required Response Indicator Description: No response required
 Response Date:
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 Subject:                                 WASTE HEAT


 Notice Text:


 Enable Mississippi River Transmission, LLC
 Waste Heat Notice


  	Many natural gas pipeline companies utilize large gas
  turbines to power the transportation of natural gas to their
  customers.  The hot exhaust gas from these turbines has
  generally been vented to the atmosphere as  waste heat .
  Recovering the heat produced by these machines and using this
  energy to generate electricity where feasible is a way to
  promote increased energy efficiency and reduce green house gas
  emissions.

  	Pipeline companies with facilities in the United States, in
  concert with the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America,
  have considered ways of expediting the development process for
  compressor stations  waste heat recovery projects.  As a result
  of these considerations, a number of pipeline companies,
  including MRT, have agreed to identify on a voluntary basis gas
  turbine compressor stations on their systems that:  (1) Have a
  total gas turbine station capacity of at least 15,000 hp; and
  (2) Operated at or more than 5,250 hours per year (60 percent
  load factor) over the previous 12 months.  MRT currently has no
  gas turbine compressor stations that meet the above criteria.
  If this situation changes, MRT will revise this notice
  accordingly.  For more information please contact Brad Goodwin
  at (318) 429-2712.