Sea Robin Pipeline Company, LLC

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 03/01/2010, Docket: RP09-995-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 196 Original Sheet No. 196

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

 

24. HURRICANE SURCHARGE

 

24.1 Purpose

 

The purpose of this Section 24 is to establish a mechanism to

recover through a volumetric surcharge the costs incurred by Sea

Robin resulting from any hurricane or tropical storm named by

the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration or the

U. S. National Weather Service (Hurricane), or successor agency.

 

24.2 Applicability

 

The Hurricane Surcharge shall be collected through a volumetric

surcharge applicable to all transportation service provided

pursuant to Rate Schedules FTS, FTS-2 and ITS (and any other

transportation service provided by Sea Robin) from October 1,

2009 through September 30, 2013. The Hurricane Surcharge shall

apply to, and be paid in addition to, the rates applicable to

such transportation service qualifying for any rate discount or

provided under any negotiated rate agreement.

 

24.3 Definition of Eligible Costs

 

The eligible costs for reimbursement through the Hurricane

Surcharge (Eligible Costs) are the capital and operations and

maintenance expenses including the cost of material, rental

equipment, governmental charges, and any fees associated with

the repair, remediation and prevention of such damage related to

Hurricane damage, prevention and remediation for Sea Robin’s

facilities, including, without limitation: cost incurred to

repair or replace Sea Robin’s facilities and equipment; costs to

prevent Hurricane damage; costs to maintain system reliability

including service from third parties; retrieval and removal of

Sea Robin’s facilities and equipment including dewatering and

disposal cost; raising or lowering the height or improving the

durability of Sea Robin’s facilities; pipeline burials or

retrenching; preventive measures such as arranging for standby

ships, divers, personnel and equipment; cost incurred to provide

temporary housing for Sea Robin’s personnel; diving vessels and

equipment, radiographic equipment, pipeline pigging and

operations or other inspection measures to assess potential

damage to Sea Robin’s facilities; installation of fencings,

mattings and embankments; and miscellaneous expense associated

with having personnel available to repair, operate or maintain

Sea Robin’s system other than measures taken in the ordinary

course of business.