Mississippi Canyon Gas Pipeline, LLC

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 09/01/2005, Docket: RP05-454-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 145 Second Revised Sheet No. 145 : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 145

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (cont'd)

 

 

24. INTERNET WEB SITE

 

Transporter shall maintain an Interactive Internet Website

for the purpose of providing its Shippers and third parties

equal and timely access to Transporter's Transportation Log,

and information relevant to the availability of capacity on

Transporter's Facility. Transporter shall also provide each

Shipper access through its Interactive Internet Website via

Internet Web Site to information related to activity under

its agreements with Transporter, such as nominations,

scheduled quantities, allocations and estimated imbalances

as the information is confirmed. Furthermore, Transporter

shall administer each Shipper's release of firm capacity, as

more particularly described in Section 19 hereof, through

its Interactive Internet Website. Unless specifically

provided otherwise in this FERC Gas Tariff, the generic

provisions of this Tariff requiring that notices, requests,

and other communications be in writing may be satisfied by

Shipper through submission of such communications over

Transporter's Interactive Internet Website. All forms set

forth or referenced in the Tariff will also be maintained on

Transporter's Internet Web Site for Shipper's use.

 

Transportation Service Agreement specific notices requiring

communications to be in writing remain unchanged unless

agreed to otherwise by the parties. Submission of

information and communications through Transporter's

Interactive Internet Website shall be legally binding on

Shipper and Transporter.

 

The Internet Web Site will display a menu of available

information. Any party can access the Internet Web Site and

will be able to download information provided thereon.

Transporter shall maintain and retain daily back-up records

of the information displayed on the Internet Web Site for a

period of three (3) years for purposes of restoring such

information to on-line availability if there is a computer

malfunction or loss. Completed transactions and posted

information will remain on the Internet Web Site for at

least thirty (30) days and then will be archived. Archived

information will be available from Transporter upon fifteen

(15) day's prior written notice. Copies of archived

information will be made available at $.10 per page if a

paper copy is requested or $10.00 per diskette.

 

To receive access to Transporter's Interactive Internet

Website, a party must execute and comply with the terms of

the Form of Interactive Internet Website Agreement included

in this Tariff. Shipper shall be responsible for providing

all computer equipment and specified Internet browser

software necessary to interface with the Interactive

Internet Website.