Cheniere Creole Trail Pipeline, L.P.

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/28/2008, Docket: RP08-137-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 182 Original Sheet No. 182 : Pending

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

L. Return to Shipper of Released Capacity Upon Expiration of Temporary

Release.

 

Upon expiration of any Temporary Release, Transporter shall return to the

Releasing Shipper all applicable released capacity as such capacity exists

upon expiration of the Release Agreement. If the Releasing Shipper permitted

the Replacement Shipper to change Primary Receipt and Delivery Points, then

the capacity returned to Shipper at the expiration of a release will reflect

any such changes; provided however, if the term of the release was for a

period of one month or less within a single calendar month, then the capacity

rights returned to Shipper will be identical to Shipper's pre-release firm

capacity rights. If the Releasing Shipper did not permit changes to Primary

Receipt and Delivery Points, the capacity returned to Shipper at the

expiration of a release shall be identical to Shipper's pre-release firm

capacity rights.

 

M. Electronic Transactions

 

1. Transporter will maintain an Internet Website on which transactions may be

performed electronically by any interested Shipper. The transactional

capabilities of Transporter's Internet Website shall be available on a not

unduly discriminatory basis to any Shipper, provided that such Shipper has

executed an agreement for electronic transactions in the form required by

Transporter, has been assigned a user identification and password by

Transporter, and has agreed to comply with Transporter's electronic

transactional procedures. Transporter shall make information reasonably

available on how to access and use the transactional capabilities of its

Internet Website.

 

2. The transactional portion of Transporter's Internet Website will allow

Shippers to locate all information concerning a specific transaction, and

provide menus that permit a Shipper to separately access notices of released

gas. Transporter's Internet Website will also permit downloads of files.

 

Transporter shall maintain and retain daily back-up records of such

transactions on its Internet Website for three (3) years and permit a Shipper

with a currently effective agreement for electronic transactions to review

those records, which will be archived and be made reasonably accessible.

Transporter will periodically archive transaction information when

transactions have been completed. Information on the most recent entries will

appear ahead of older information.