Cheyenne Plains Gas Pipeline Company, L.L.C.

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Effective Date: 07/26/2010, Docket: RP10-876-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 244 Second Revised Sheet No. 244

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 244

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

5. SERVICE CONDITIONS

5.1 Transporter shall not be required to perform or continue service on

behalf of any Shipper that fails to comply with any and all

applicable terms of this Tariff and the terms of Shipper's TSA with

Transporter.

5.2 Transporter and Shipper acknowledge that the TSA does not prohibit

either party from selling or transferring its own facilities;

therefore, neither Transporter nor Shipper shall have any obligation

to provide services under the TSA that requires the use of any

facilities sold or transferred; provided, however, Transporter first

shall seek abandonment authorization for any jurisdictional

facilities or jurisdictional services and Shipper shall have the

right to protest such abandonment as inconsistent with the present or

future public convenience and necessity.

 

5.3 Unless otherwise agreed to in writing, Transporter shall only be

responsible for the maintenance and operation of its own properties

and facilities and shall not be responsible for the maintenance or

operation of any other properties or facilities connected in any way

with the transportation of Natural Gas.

 

5.4 Transporter shall have the right to interrupt the transportation of

Natural Gas when necessary to test, alter, maintain, modify, enlarge

or repair any facility or property comprising a part of, or

appurtenant to, Transporter's System, or otherwise related to the

operation thereof. Transporter shall endeavor to cause a minimum of

inconvenience to Shipper and, except in cases of emergency, shall

give Shipper advance notice of its intention to so interrupt the

transportation of gas and of the expected magnitude of such

interruptions.

 

5.5 Venting of Gas. To the extent Transporter is unable to transport

unauthorized overrun gas without jeopardizing the safety and

integrity of Transporter's operations, such decisions to be solely

within the judgment and discretion of Transporter, Transporter shall

have the right to vent, without incurring any liability to Shipper,

or any third party, such unauthorized overrun gas as it is unable to

transport. However, Transporter shall use its best efforts to avoid

or minimize such venting.