Dauphin Island Gathering Partners

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 03/16/1999, Docket: CP98- 6-003, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 392 Original Sheet No. 392 : Effective

 

 

(d) Shipper and Transporter shall discuss the cause and anticipated duration of any

Transporter Inability or Excess Deliverability. Shipper will limit any

commitment it makes to third parties to deliver the Affected Quantities released

under this Section 2.4 for a period to coincide with the anticipated duration of

the Transporter Inability or Excess Deliverability; provided that in no event will

the Affected Quantities be returned for transportation under a FT-1 (MP), FT-2

(MP), FT-3 (MP), or IT-1 (MP) Transportation Service Agreement later than the

first day of the calendar month following sixty (60) days after receipt by Shipper

of Transporter's notice that it is able to accept all quantities of Shipper's

production from the Dedicated Lease(s) tendered by Shipper.]

 

or

 

2.4 [Temporary Release

 

If, for any reason, Transporter fails to receive quantities of Shipper's

production from the Dedicated Lease(s) at a flow rate equal to Shipper's MDQ

for all Paths under the applicable Transportation Service Agreement(s), such

quantities not received shall, upon prior written notice by Shipper, be

temporarily released on a month to month basis, until Transporter fully remedies

such failure and can receive quantities of Shipper's production from the

Dedicated Lease(s) at a flow rate equal to Shipper's MDQ for all such Paths.

For allocation and scheduling purposes of gas production from the Dedicated

Lease(s), all quantities of gas temporarily released pursuant to this Section 2.4

shall be considered to be produced immediately after any gas permanently

released pursuant to Section 2.5.]