Trans-Union Interstate Pipeline, L.P.

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Effective Date: 02/07/2006, Docket: RP06-217-001, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 121 First Revised Sheet No. 121 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 121

 

12. POSSESSION OF GAS

 

Unless otherwise provided in the Transportation Agreement or

applicable Rate Schedule, as between Transporter and

Shipper, Shipper shall be deemed to be in exclusive control

and possession of the Gas to be transported (i) prior to

receipt by Transporter at the Receipt Point(s), and (ii)

after delivery by Transporter at the Delivery Point(s);

otherwise, Transporter shall be in exclusive control and

possession of the Gas. The party in exclusive control and

possession of the Gas shall be responsible for all injury or

damage caused thereby to any third party. In the absence of

gross negligence or willful misconduct on the part of

Transporter, Shipper waives any and all claims and demands

against Transporter, its officers, employees or agents,

arising out of or in any way connected with (i) the quality,

use or condition of the Gas after delivery from Transporter

for the account of such Shipper, (ii) any losses or

shrinkage of gas during or resulting from transportation

hereunder and (iii) all other claims and demands arising out

of Transporter's performance of its duties hereunder.

 

13. DELIVERY PRESSURE

 

Unless otherwise agreed between Transporter and Shipper,

Shipper shall deliver Gas to Transporter at the pressure

required from time to time to enable the gas to enter

Transporter's facilities at the Receipt Point(s). Unless

otherwise agreed between Transporter and Shipper,

Transporter shall deliver Gas to Shipper at Transporter's

line pressure existing at the Delivery Point(s), subject to

Transporter's protecting its operational integrity and to

minimum pressure requirements, if any, specified in the

Transportation Agreement.

 

14. OPERATIONAL FLOW ORDERS

 

 

14.1 Circumstances Warranting Issuance: Transporter shall

have the right to issue Operational Flow Orders (OFO) as

specified in this Section that require actions by Shippers

in order (1) to alleviate conditions that threaten or could

threaten the safe operations or system integrity of

Transporter's system, (2) to maintain pipeline operations at

the pressures required to provide efficient and reliable

firm transportation services, (3) to have adequate gas

supplies in the system to deliver on demand, (4) to maintain

service to all firm shippers and for all firm services,

(5) to maintain the system in balance for the foregoing

purposes [or for the purpose of preventing undue imbalances

with the Delivering Pipeline], and (6) at any time

Delivering Pipeline calls an OFO on its system. An OFO

identical in terms to that of the Delivering Pipeline shall

be deemed to be issued automatically by Transporter whenever

the Delivering Pipeline issues an OFO affecting deliveries

to Transporter.

 

14.2 Applicability of OFO: To the extent practicable,

based on Transporter's good faith judgment concerning

the situations requiring remediation, an OFO will be

directed