Eastern Shore Natural Gas Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 09/01/2005, Docket: RP05-523-002, Status: Effective

Sub First Revised Sheet No. 146 Sub First Revised Sheet No. 146 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 146

EASTERN SHORE NATURAL GAS COMPANY

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

19. Creditworthiness of Service Requester

 

(a) Credit Evaluation

 

If at any time Transportation Service Provider (TSP) is

not reasonably satisfied with Service Requester's (SR's)

credit or ability to perform under its Service

Agreement(s), TSP may require SR to provide TSP with

credit information sufficient for a credit evaluation in

accordance with the criteria specified in Section 11(e)of

the General Terms and Conditions of TSP's FERC Gas

Tariff.

 

1. If the TSP requests additional information to be

used for credit evaluation after the initiation of

service, the TSP, contemporaneous with the request,

should provide its reason(s) for requesting the

additional information to the SR and designate to

whom the response should be sent. The TSP and the

SR may mutually agree to waive the requirements of

this standard.

 

2. The SR authorized representative(s) should respond

to the TSP request for credit information, as

allowed by the TSP's tariff, on or before the due

date specified in the request. The SR should

provide all the credit information requested by the

TSP or provide the reason(s) why any of the

requested information was not provided.

 

3. Upon receipt of either an initial or follow-up

request from TSP for information to be used for

creditworthiness evaluation, the SR authorized

representative should acknowledge receipt of the

TSP's request. The TSP and the SR may mutually

agree to waive this standard.

 

4. Upon receipt from the SR of all credit information

provided pursuant to applicable NAESB WGQ standards,

the TSP should notify the SR's authorized

representative(s) that it has received such

information. The TSP and the SR may mutually agree

to waive the requirements of this standard.