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. 290 Second Revised Sheet No. 290

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 290

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

12. BILLING AND PAYMENT (Continued)

 

12.6 Termination of Service. Without prejudice to any other rights and

remedies available to Transporter under the law and the TSA,

Transporter shall have the right to terminate transportation

service using the following notification procedures if any

undisputed amount billed to a defaulting Shipper remains unpaid for

more than 30 Days after the due date thereof. If the defaulting

Shipper has released a portion of its capacity, then Transporter

shall also comply with the requirements of Section 9.22.

 

(a) First Notice: On or about ten Days after the due date of any

payment, Transporter shall provide written notice to the

defaulting Shipper and to the FERC that service may be

terminated in 30 Days unless payment is received;

 

(b) Second Notice: On or about 20 Days after the due date of any

payment, Transporter shall provide written notice to the

defaulting Shipper and to the FERC, that service may be

terminated in 20 Days unless payment is received;

 

(c) Final Notice: On or about 30 Days after the due date of any

payment, Transporter shall provide written notice to the

defaulting Shipper and to the FERC, that service will be

terminated unless payment is received within ten Days.

 

(d) If a defaulting Shipper's service is terminated under a TSA,

such Shipper shall compensate Transporter for any difference

between the revenues due Transporter for the remaining

contract term under the terminated TSA and the revenues to be

received under a replacement TSA, if any, marketed to another

Shipper to replace the terminated TSA.