Trunkline LNG Company, LLC

Second Revised Volume No. 1-A

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Effective Date: 08/01/2003, Docket: RP03-535-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 75 Original Sheet No. 75 : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

 

4. OPERATING CONDITIONS (Continued)

 

(C) Loading and unloading of LNG shall be carried out in

accordance with applicable safety and other

regulations.

 

(D) Shippers shall give written notice to TLNG of the

date and hour of arrival at the Terminal as well as

the estimated quantity of LNG which is to be loaded

or unloaded. Shippers shall send or cause to be sent

to TLNG the following written designation notices:

 

(1) a first designation notice shall be given upon

departure of Shipper's Vessel from the port of

origin and shall contain an estimated time of

arrival;

 

(2) a second designation notice shall be given so

as to arrive 96 hours prior to the estimated

time of arrival;

 

(3) a third designation notice shall be given so as

to arrive 72 hours prior to the estimated time

of arrival;

 

(4) a fourth designation notice shall be given so

as to arrive 48 hours prior to the estimated

time of arrival;

 

(5) a fifth designation notice shall be given so as

to arrive 24 hours prior to the estimated time

of arrival; and

 

(6) a final designation notice shall be given so as

to arrive 5 hours prior to the estimated time

of arrival at the Terminal.

 

(E) As soon as the Shipper's Vessel is berthed alongside

the pier and prepared to unload or load its cargo,

the Captain of the Shipper's Vessel shall give

written notice to TLNG or its representative that the

Shipper's Vessel is ready to unload or load LNG.

TLNG shall then take all appropriate measures within

its reasonable control to permit the unloading and

loading of Shipper's Vessel as quickly as possible.