Sabine Pipe Line Company LLC

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/31/1993, Docket: RS92- 78-003, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 213 Original Sheet No. 213 : Superseded

 

days, the request for interruptible service shall be

deemed a nullity for all present and future purposes.

Sabine shall consider all complete requests in the

order received and will notify Shipper in writing of

the acceptance of a complete request. A request for

interruptible service accepted by Sabine shall be

unaffected by and shall have priority over subsequent

requests for interruptible service without regard to

the date of commencement specified in such subsequent

request.

 

3.3 Shipper Requests for Interruptible Service

 

Requests for interruptible service hereunder shall be

made by providing the specific information in, and in

the form prescribed by, Section 4 of the General Terms

and Conditions. Request for Service forms shall be

submitted to Sabine, Attention Manager - Transportation

& Exchange. Request for Service forms will be supplied

to any potential Shipper upon request, and are

available at Sabine's corporate office during normal

business hours or are available electronically by

following the procedures in Section 15 of the General

Terms and Conditions.

 

3.4 Request Invalidation

 

Requests for interruptible service under this FERC Gas

Tariff will be invalid and will not be considered if

service is requested to commence later than six (6)

months after the information specified in Section 4 of

the General Terms and Conditions is provided to Sabine.

 

3.5 Requests For Operating Data

 

Upon request of Sabine, Shipper shall submit estimates

of daily, monthly and annual quantities of gas to be

transported, including peak day requirements, together

with the estimated amounts thereof applicable to each

Receipt Point and Delivery Point. Sabine shall use

such information and operating data to determine its

System's available capacity, to evaluate potential

System capacity needs, to plan its maintenance and

repair operations, and to assure adequate service to

its Shippers.