Guardian Pipeline, L.L.C.

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Effective Date: 08/01/2010, Docket: RP10-926-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 53 Second Revised Sheet No. 53

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 53

 

RATE SCHEDULE IT-1 (Continued)

INTERRUPTIBLE TRANSPORTATION SERVICE

 

 

10. DETERMINATION OF RECEIPTS AND DELIVERIES

 

Receipts and deliveries of Natural Gas under this Rate

Schedule IT-1 shall be determined in accordance with the

provisions of Section 13 of the GT&C.

 

11. IMPAIRMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DELIVERIES

 

In the event that Transporter, on any Day, is unable to receive

and/or deliver the total Scheduled Quantities of all Shippers

under any Rate Schedule of Transporter's Tariff, Transporter shall

limit receipts and/or deliveries of Natural Gas in accordance with

Section 12 of the GT&C.

 

12. OPERATIONAL INTEGRITY

 

Transporter reserves the right to take actions as may be required

to preserve the integrity of Transporter's Pipeline Facilities,

including maintenance of service to other Shippers in accordance

with Section 12 of the GT&C.

 

13. GOVERNMENTAL AUTHORIZATIONS

 

Transportation service under this Rate Schedule and effective

Service Agreement(s) shall be implemented pursuant to any

applicable authorizations or program of the FERC for which

Transporter has filed or in which Transporter has agreed to

participate.

 

14. GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

The GT&C are applicable to this Rate Schedule and service

hereunder and are made a part hereof to the extent that such terms

and conditions are not contradicted by any provision herein. In

the event of a conflict between the GT&C and the provisions of

this Rate Schedule or a Service Agreement under this Rate

Schedule, the specific provisions of this Rate Schedule or a

Service Agreement under this Rate Schedule shall control, except

that such Rate Schedule, Service Agreement, and the GT&C shall be

construed in a manner to be consistent unless the context clearly

indicates otherwise.