Energy West Development, Inc.
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 06/11/2010, Docket: RP10-732-000, Status: Effective
Third Revised Sheet No. 55 Third Revised Sheet No. 55
Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 55
General Terms and Conditions
22. RELATIONSHIP WITH AFFILATES
22.1 Request for Transportation Service. The specific information and format required from a
Shipper for a valid request for Transportation Service is described in Section 3 of these
General Terms and Conditions. In addition, for transactions in which an affiliate is
involved, the specific affiliation of the requester with Transporter must be included.
22.2 Comparability of Service. Transporter shall provide service on a basis that is equal in
quality for all Gas supplies transported whether shipped by an affiliate of Transporter
or by another Shipper.
Shipper agrees to indemnify and hold Transporter harmless against all claims by third parties,
including but not limited to other Shippers, caused by Shipper's violation of Shipper's
Transportation Service Agreement, the applicable rate schedule, or the General Terms and
Conditions of this Tariff.
24. SCHEDULES AND CONTRACTS
This Tariff, including these General Terms and Conditions and the respective obligations of the
parties under the Transportation Service Agreement(s) are subject to valid laws, orders, rules
and regulations of duly constituted authorities having jurisdiction and are subject to change
from time to time by addition, amendment or substitution as provided by such valid laws, orders,
rules and regulations.
25. CAPACITY RELEASE
This Section sets forth the terms and conditions that are applicable to the release of firm
entitlements under various services that are provided pursuant to this Section 25.
25.1 Procedure. Capacity released shall be subject to the terms and conditions of this
(a) Eligibility. Any Shipper (“Releasing Shipper”) under Rate Schedule FT of this
Tariff, shall be entitled, subject to the terms and conditions of this Section
25.1, to release any or all of its firm Transportation entitlements held under
a Transportation Service Agreement but only to the extent that the capacity so
released is acquired by another Shipper (“Replacement Shipper”) pursuant to the
provisions of this Section 25.1. Any such release shall result in a temporary
suspension of the Releasing Shipper’s right to use the released firm entitlements.
In the case of segmented capacity releases, for the MDQ released, the upstream
segment Shipper shall be permitted to nominate as a Secondary Point all points
both upstream of the break point and in the same direction as the Releasing
Shipper’s Primary Route, and the downstream segment Shipper shall be permitted
to nominate as a Secondary Point all points both downstream of the break point
and in the same direction as the Releasing Shipper’s Primary Route, provided
that the nominations of the Releasing and Replacement Shippers do not result in
an overlap with another capacity release transaction.