PetroLogistics Natural Gas Storage LLC

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Effective Date: 06/03/2009, Docket: RP09-577-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 112 Original Sheet No. 112

 

2.11 No request for Service from a Point of Receipt or to a Point of Delivery shall be granted if

to do so would impair PetroLogistics' ability to render Services pursuant to PetroLogistics' Rate Schedule

FSS.

2.12 PetroLogistics shall not be required to provide any requested Service under any Rate Schedule

which would require construction or acquisition by PetroLogistics of new facilities or expansion of

existing facilities provided, however, that PetroLogistics and Shipper may enter into an agreement for

service that would require the construction, modification, expansion or acquisition of any of the

PetroLogistics existing facilities or any additional facilities.

2.13 Complaints. In the event that a Shipper or Potential Shipper has a complaint relative to a

particular Service(s), Shipper or Potential Shipper shall provide a verbal description of the complaint,

to be followed in writing, including the identification of the service request (if applicable), and

communicate it to:

PetroLogistics Natural Gas Storage LLC

Two Houston Center

909 Fannin Street, Suite 2630

Houston, TX 77010

PetroLogistics shall respond orally within forty-eight (48) hours and in writing within thirty

(30) Days of receipt of the complaint advising Shipper or Potential Shipper of the disposition of the

complaint. In the event the required date of PetroLogistics' response falls on a Saturday, Sunday or

a holiday that affects PetroLogistics, PetroLogistics shall respond by the next Business Day.

3. POINT(S) OF RECEIPT AND POINT(S) OF DELIVERY

3.1 Point(s) of Receipt. Shipper shall tender all gas for wheeling or injection into

storage to PetroLogistics at the Point(s) of Receipt located on PetroLogistics' system in Iberville

Parish, Louisiana as specified in Shipper's Service Agreement. The quantity of gas tendered by

Shipper to PetroLogistics for wheeling or injection into storage shall (i) not exceed at each Point of

Receipt the MDTQ or MDRQ as applicable, for such Point of Receipt in effect from time to time, or (ii)

not to exceed the MDIQ or MDBQ plus the applicable Fuel Reimbursement at all Point(s) of Receipt

in effect from time to time, without the written consent of PetroLogistics.

3.2 Point(s) of Delivery. PetroLogistics shall tender all gas to be wheeled or withdrawn from

storage to Shipper at the Point(s) of Delivery located on PetroLogistics' system located in Iberville

Parish, Louisiana as specified in Shipper's Service Agreement. The quantity of gas delivered to Shipper

shall (i) not exceed at each Point of Delivery the MDTQ, MDBQ or MDDQ, as applicable, for such Point in

effect from time to time, or (ii) not exceed the MDWQ at all Point(s) of Delivery in effect from time

to time, without the written consent of PetroLogistics.

3.3 Transportation Guidelines. The Transporter(s)' rules, guidelines, operational procedures

and policies, as they may be changed from time to time, shall define and control the manner in which

gas is delivered and received at the Point(s) of Delivery and Point(s) of Receipt. PetroLogistics and

Shipper each agree to provide to the other, in as prompt a manner as reasonable, all information

necessary to permit scheduling pursuant to such requirements. In addition, PetroLogistics will not be

required to begin wheeling, injections or withdrawals for a Shipper's account unless and until the data

required for nominations, provided for in Section 6, have been confirmed by the applicable Transporter

to PetroLogistics' gas dispatcher.

3.4 Transportation Imbalances. In the event that PetroLogistics or Shipper delivers or causes

to be delivered to Transporter at the Point(s) of Receipt or Point(s) of Delivery a quantity of gas not

equal to the quantity of gas received or taken by Shipper or PetroLogistics, a "Transportation

Imbalance" may occur. Provided that PetroLogistics has taken or delivered the quantity of gas nominated

by Shipper and scheduled by Transporter, Shipper shall be liable for all imbalances under its

transportation agreement with Transporter. Upon notification by Shipper or Transporter that a

Transportation Imbalance exists because PetroLogistics failed to deliver or receive the quantity of gas

nominated by Shipper and scheduled by Transporter, PetroLogistics will endeavor to correct the

Transportation Imbalance subject to any restrictions imposed by Transporter, but PetroLogistics shall be

solely responsible and liable