Scg Pipeline Inc.
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 11/01/2003, Docket: RP03-611-000, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No.235 Original Sheet No.235 : Superseded
AGENCY AUTHORIZATION AGREEMENT
ARTICLE III - AGENCY
3.1 This Agency Authorization Agreement must be accompanied by an Exhibit A
hereto. If Shipper desires to delegate rights under an Underlying Agreement to
more than one Shipper’s Agent, then a separate Exhibit A must be submitted for
each Shipper’s Agent.
ARTICLE IV - DELIVERY AND RECEIPT POINTS
4.1 In making Primary Receipt Point and Primary Delivery Point nominations
under firm contracts on behalf of Shipper, Shipper’s Agent is limited to the
use of the Primary Receipt and Delivery Points listed on Exhibit A hereto.
Pipeline shall not accept nominations from Shipper’s Agent under Shipper’s
Underlying Agreement(s) in excess of the delegated quantities set forth on
Exhibit A hereto.
4.2 Nothing herein shall limit Shipper’s Agent’s use of other Receipt and
Delivery Points as secondary points and any such request shall be accorded
priority in accordance with GT&Cs Section 6 of the of this Tariff. Shipper’s
Agent shall have a Shipper’s rights to schedule transportation for the
capacity defined by the points listed on Exhibit A hereto.
ARTICLE V - TERM
5.1 This Agreement shall become effective on _______, and shall remain in
full force and effect until ___, unless terminated at an earlier date by
either Party or twenty-four hours written notice to the other Party; provided
that to the extent that Pipeline has relied on an the Agent’s instructions
with respect to a nomination period, the Agreement shall terminate at the
conclusion of such period.
ARTICLE VI - INDEMNITY
6.1 Pipeline will rely on communications and actions of Shipper’s Agent for
all purposes within the scope of authority conveyed by the Agency
Authorization Agreement with respect to the delegated quantities. Shipper
agrees to indemnify and hold Pipeline harmless against any and all claims
arising from Pipeline’s actions in reliance on communications with Shipper’s