Crossroads Pipeline Company

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Effective Date: 10/02/1995, Docket: CP94-342-001, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 49 Original Sheet No. 49 : Effective

 

 

(c) Shipper shall have the responsibility to inform its

suppliers, other transporters and all others involved

in the transportation, as to any curtailment or

interruption.

 

(d) Shipper shall hold Crossroads harmless for any and all

claims, suits, actions or proceedings whatsoever

threatened or initiated as a result of any curtailment

or interruption invoked by Crossroads pursuant to

the terms hereof, except that Crossroads shall not be

held harmless for its own negligence or willful

misconduct.

 

20. CONDITIONS OF RECEIPT AND DELIVERY

 

20.1 Receipt and Delivery Quantities: If Shipper does not accept

the quantity nominated by Shipper at the Delivery Point on

any day or days, then Crossroads may refuse to receive gas

from Shipper at the Receipt Point on such day or days.

Crossroads may refuse to deliver quantities to Shipper at

the Delivery Point if Shipper should be unable to provide

the equivalent quantities to Crossroads at the Receipt

Point.

 

20.2 Daily Rates of Flow: The gas to be transported hereunder

shall be received and delivered at uniform hourly and daily

rates of flow as nearly as practicable, subject to the daily

nominations as provided in Shipper's applicable Rate

Schedule and Section 13 hereof. It is recognized that due to

operating conditions, the quantities of gas received and

delivered may not be in balance on any one particular day.

Crossroads and Shipper shall endeavor to keep such

variance to a minimum.

 

20.3 Flow Control: Nothing contained herein or in Crossroads'

Rate Schedules shall limit Crossroads' right to operate flow

control or other equipment to require Shippers to remain

precisely in balance as to receipts and deliveries at any

time. Failure by Crossroads to operate flow control or

other equipment, or any allowance by Crossroads of

imbalances up to or exceeding balancing limits shall not limit

Crossroads' right to require Shippers to maintain strict

balances or Crossroads' right to operate flow control or

other equipment to require Shippers to remain precisely in

balance.

 

21. OPERATIONAL FLOW ORDERS (OFOs)

 

21.1 Crossroads will have the right to issue an OFO

to any Shipper or OBA Party when, in Crossroads'

sole judgement, an OFO is required to alleviate

conditions which threaten system integrity,

safety or service or to ensure compliance