Trunkline LNG Company, LLC

Second Revised Volume No. 1-A

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Effective Date: 08/01/2004, Docket: RP04-384-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 76 First Revised Sheet No. 76 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 76

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

 

4. OPERATING CONDITIONS (Continued)

 

(F) If Shipper's Vessel does not arrive at the Terminal

as scheduled, TLNG shall unload or load, as the case

may be, Shipper's Vessel at the first available time

when such unloading or loading can be accomplished

without detriment to any other scheduled service.

Shipper shall pay all costs incurred by TLNG as a

result of the failure to arrive at the Terminal as

scheduled. In addition, unless Shipper provides TLNG

written notice of the Vessel's delay at least thirty-

six (36) hours before the Shipper's Vessel's

scheduled arrival, Shipper shall pay TLNG $10,000 per

occurrence.

 

(G) TLNG shall not be obligated to receive LNG at a

flowrate or saturation pressure that exceeds prudent

conditions or that may interfere with the normal

operations of the Terminal.

 

4.3 Operating Conditions for the Receipt of LNG from, and the

Delivery of LNG to, Shipper's Truck(s)

 

(A) Shipper's Truck(s) shall not exceed the following

dimensions:

 

Width 10'-0"

 

Tractor height 13'-6"

 

Trailer height 13'-6"

 

Anticipated gross weight 80,000 lbs.

 

Axle loading 48,000 lbs./tandem axle

 

(B) TLNG shall make available or cause to be made

available facilities capable of loading and unloading

LNG certified trailers during Business Days.

 

(C) The loading and unloading of LNG shall be carried out

in accordance with applicable safety and other

regulations.

 

(D) LNG shall be loaded or unloaded, as the case may be,

only into trailers certified by the Department of

Transportation to transport LNG and operated by

approved hazardous material operators.