Dominion Cove Point LNG, LP

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/2003, Docket: RP03-392-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 31 First Revised Sheet No. 31 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 31

RATE SCHEDULE LTD-1

FIRM LNG TANKER DISCHARGING SERVICE

(Continued)

 

 

 

5. OPERATING CONDITIONS (Continued)

 

5.3 Port Facilities and LNG Discharging

 

(a) Operator shall, subject to Section 5.2(a) above, provide port facilities

capable of receiving LNG tankers as follows:

 

Overall Length: Between 180.0 meters and 300.00 meters

Width: Between 24.0 meters and 49 meters

Laden Draft: No greater than 11.3 meters

Capacity: 70,000 - 148,000 cubic meters of LNG

 

(b) Operator shall make available or cause to be made available to Buyer at the

Cove Point terminal, berthing and discharging facilities including:

 

(i) mooring equipment;

(ii) lighting sufficient to permit customary docking and undocking maneuvers

by day or by night to the extent permitted by the port authorities;

(iii)unloading arms, pipes and appurtenant facilities permitting the

discharging of LNG at an average rate of 10,200 cubic meters per hour and

a maximum rate of 12,000 cubic meters per hour, at a discharge pressure

of 6 bar gauge at the Discharge Point;

(iv) a vapor return line from the shore facilities to the LNG tanker adequate

to maintain appropriate operating pressure in the tanks of the LNG

tanker; and

(v) gangways on the pier to provide access for personnel to and from the LNG

tanker.

 

(c) The captain of the Buyer's LNG tanker shall give written notice to Operator at

the time the LNG tanker is ready to commence discharging LNG. Operator shall

take all appropriate measures within its reasonable control to permit the

unloading of the LNG tanker as quickly as possible. Unless otherwise permitted

by Operator, Buyer's LNG tanker shall depart from the Cove Point pier as soon

as discharging operations have finished and the LNG tanker is ready to leave.

 

(d) Buyer shall be responsible for the transportation to and from the Cove Point

pier of (i) LNG tanker crews and other personnel associated with the LNG

tankers; (ii) ships' stores and other goods and equipment needed by the LNG

tankers; (iii) liquid nitrogen; (iv) LNG tankers' garbage and refuse; and (v)

all other requirements of the LNG tankers. Bunkering of LNG tankers will not

be permitted at the Cove Point terminal.