Gulfstream Natural Gas System, L.L.C.
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 05/01/2003, Docket: CP00- 6-009, Status: Effective
First Revised Sheet No. 155 First Revised Sheet No. 155 : Effective
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 155
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
13.9 Liability of Transporter: Transporter shall not be liable
for any costs or damages incurred by any Shipper/point
operator in complying with an Operational Flow Order.
Transporter shall not be liable for any costs or damages
that result from any interruption in Shipper's/point
operator's service that is a result of a Shipper's/point
operator's failure to comply promptly and fully with an
Operational Flow Order. Shipper/point operator shall
indemnify Transporter against any claims of liability,
provided, however, that Transporter shall use reasonable
efforts to minimize any such costs or damages.
14. HOURLY FLOWS
14.1 Unless otherwise agreed, Shipper shall deliver, or cause to
be delivered and Transporter shall receive at each Receipt
Point, Gas at uniform rates over a twenty-four (24) hour
period to the extent practicable. Unless otherwise agreed,
Transporter shall deliver and Shipper shall receive, or
cause to be received at each Delivery Point Gas at up to the
Maximum Hourly Flow Rates, and within Shipper's MHQ, as
provided in Shipper's Agreement. In addition, Transporter
may deliver to Shipper(s), on an interruptible basis and
with no additional charge for the additional hourly
flexibility, Gas at hourly flows rates in excess of
Shipper's(s') primary or secondary point hourly flow rights
so long as such excess hourly flows do not adversely affect
Transporter's ability to meet other scheduled firm and
interruptible services or otherwise affect the safe and
reliable operation of Transporter's system.
14.2 Transporter shall recognize that the parties may be unable
to control exactly the quantities of Gas received and
delivered on any Day and that the quantities received by
Transporter may vary from the quantities delivered on any
Day. Such variations shall be kept to a minimum and shall
be balanced as soon as practicable. Shipper and Transporter
shall manage the receipts and deliveries so that the
difference between receipt quantities and delivery
quantities shall be kept as near zero as practicable, taking
into account Transporter's Use and other deductions.
Further, Transporter shall be under no obligation to accept
from Shipper Gas in excess of the scheduled amount for the
Receipt Point for that Day.