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Original Sheet No. 215 Original Sheet No. 215 : Superseded

 

 

3.8 Failure to Use Service

 

If within twelve (12) months after the execution of an

Interruptible Service Agreement Shipper has not

commenced service under the provisions of such executed

Interruptible Service Agreement, or if Shipper has

commenced service but fails to use service during a

consecutive twelve (12) month period after

commencement, Sabine may, on a non-discriminatory

basis, terminate the Interruptible Service Agreement

and Shipper's request for interruptible service shall

be deemed a nullity for all present and future

purposes. Sabine shall give Shipper written notice

thirty (30) days in advance of termination of an

executed Interruptible Service Agreement. Shipper may

retain the Interruptible Service Agreement by notifying

Sabine in writing of its intent to retain such Service

Agreement. However, if Shipper fails to use service

during a consecutive twelve (12) month period after

notice of its intent to retain such service, the

Interruptible Service Agreement and Shipper's request

for interruptible service shall be automatically

terminated and abandoned.

 

3.9 Overbooking of Available Capacity

 

Sabine may contract to transport gas, on an

interruptible basis, in excess of available capacity.

If such overbooking should ever limit Sabine's ability

to provide interruptible service, then Sabine shall

provide such service on the basis described in Section

6 of the General Terms and Conditions.

 

3.10 Additional Facilities

 

Sabine shall not be required to construct additional

facilities, modify or expand facilities or acquire

facilities to provide interruptible transportation

service.