Guardian Pipeline, L.L.C.

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 12/01/2002, Docket: RP02-534-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 154 Original Sheet No. 154 : Superseded

 

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

 

12. SERVICE SCHEDULING, SERVICE PRIORITY AND IMPAIRMENT OF

DELIVERIES (Continued)

 

(g) Transporter shall provide Shipper with notice of

curtailment or interruption at a time and in a

manner that is reasonable under then existing

conditions, and shall in any event confirm in

writing or by facsimile transmission the notice

given if originally provided telephonically.

Transporter shall also post the notice on its

Website. Shipper shall have the responsibility

to inform its end-users, suppliers, gatherers,

other transporters, and all other parties

involved in the transaction as to any

curtailment or interruption.

 

(h) Shipper shall indemnify Transporter against and

hold Transporter harmless from any and all

damages, claims, suits, actions, or proceedings

whatsoever threatened or initiated as a result

of any curtailment or interruption of Shipper's

service invoked by Transporter, which shall

include any curtailment or interruptions

described in any part of this Section 12 except

if such damages, claims, suits, actions or

proceedings are due to Transporter's gross

negligence, undue discrimination, or willful

misconduct.

 

12.4 Emergency Situation

 

(a) In the event Transporter is advised by a Shipper

that, absent adjustment of the curtailment level

contemplated by Section 12.3(g), the Shipper

will be unable for the duration indicated by the

Shipper to avoid irreparable injury to life or

property (including environmental emergencies)

("Emergency Situation"), then Transporter shall

adjust its curtailment of all other Shippers on

a pro rata basis as necessary to deliver the

quantities required to avoid or mitigate the

threatened or existing Emergency Situation to