American Midstream (AlaTenn), LLC

Fifth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/01/2010, Docket: RP10-493-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 151 Original Sheet No. 151

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (continued)

 

Transporter shall comply with the Communications of the Releasing Shipper.

Provided,

however, that

the same Communications, in Transporter's sole opinion, must not be inconsistent

with

Transporter's

Tariff or the terms of either the Releasing Shipper's or Replacement Shipper's

Service Contract.

The

Releasing Shipper shall indemnify Transporter against any claim or suit by the

Replacement

Shipper, its

successors or assigns, arising from any action taken by Transporter in reliance

upon the

Releasing

Shipper's Communications, and shall hold Transporter harmless for any action

taken by

Transporter in

reliance upon the Communications of the Replacement Shipper. The

Replacement Shipper

shall

indemnify Transporter against any claim or suit of any kind by the Releasing

Shipper, its

successors or

assigns, arising from any action taken by Transporter in reliance upon the

Communications of

the

Replacement Shipper and shall hold Transporter harmless for any actions taken

by Transporter

in

reliance upon the Communications of the Releasing Shipper.

 

4. MEASURING EQUIPMENT

 

4.1 Measuring station: With respect to gas received or delivered under a

Transportation

Contract,

unless otherwise agreed upon, all measuring facilities shall be installed, if

necessary, owned,

maintained

and operated by Transporter or Transporter's designee near the Receipt and

Delivery Point(s).

 

(a) Orifice meters, if used, shall be installed and operated, and gas quantities

computed in

accordance

with the current published recommendations of the American Gas Association or

as mutually

agreed

upon by Transporter and Shipper.

 

(b) Diaphragm or Turbine Meters, if used, shall be installed, and gas volumes

computed, in

accordance

with generally accepted industry practices.

 

(c) Electronic Flow Computers or other types of flow computers are required,

unless otherwise

mutually