Nautilus Pipeline Company, LLC

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Effective Date: 12/01/1997, Docket: RP97-446-001, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 139 First Revised Sheet No. 139 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 139

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

 

13. SERVICE PRIORITY AND IMPAIRMENT OF DELIVERIES con't

 

threatened or existing Emergency Situation.

While Transporter will make adjustments in

curtailment promptly upon notification by

Shipper, Shipper must provide Transporter within

twenty-four (24) hours of notification a sworn

statement including:

 

(1) A detailed explanation of and an estimated

duration of the Emergency Situation; and

 

(2) Affirmation that, if the Emergency

Situation is an environmental emergency,

the Shipper has made and continues to make

all feasible efforts to resolve the

environmental emergency, including requests

for waiver, exemption, and other relief

from any regulation, directive, order or

other mandate of a governmental body.

 

Shipper shall provide Transporter immediate

notice of the cessation of the Emergency

Situation.

 

(c) Transporter shall not be liable for granting

exceptions to the curtailment provisions of this

Section 13 for any Shipper based upon a request

submitted by any such Shipper to Transporter

under the Emergency Situation relief provisions

of Section 13.3. In the event Shipper does not

provide the sworn statement as required by

Section 13.3(b), then all quantities attributable

to the adjustments made by Transporter shall be

billed, in addition to all other charges, at a

rate of $25 per Dth. All revenues attributable

to such $25 per Dth charge shall be credited, pro

rata, on the basis of the increase in curtailment

caused by the invocation of Section 13.3(b) to

those Shippers curtailed to a lower