Trans-Union Interstate Pipeline, L.P.

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Effective Date: 02/07/2006, Docket: RP06-217-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 136 Original Sheet No. 136 : Effective

 

 

(g) Requested Receipt Point and Delivery Point, identified by

NAESB Common

Code, together with the name of the entity delivering Gas to

Transporter and

the name of the entity to receive Gas from Transporter (if

applicable).

 

(h) A copy of an executed agreement between Shipper and third

party

authorizing Shipper to act on behalf of the third party to secure

the service

requested. If Shipper requests service on behalf of a third

party, Shipper

shall provide the name, address, telephone number and primary

business of the

third party.

 

27.2 Allocation of Capacity

 

To the extent requests for firm service exceed the available

capacity,

capacity will be allocated based on highest bid as explained in

Section

26.5(e)(vi), pro rata among equal bids.

 

28. CREDITWORTHINESS

 

28.1 Condition of Service

 

Transporter shall not be required to perform or to continue to

provide service

under this FERC Gas Tariff on behalf of any Shipper who is or has

become

insolvent, or fails to meet payment obligations in accordance

with Section 11

of this FERC Gas Tariff, or who, at Transporter's request, fails,

within a

reasonable period to demonstrate creditworthiness or fails to

provide adequate

assurances of performance as such are defined in the Texas

version of the

Uniform Commercial Code (See, Vernon's Texas Codes Annotated,

Business and

Commerce Code, Acts 1967, 60th Leg., Ch. 785, H.B. No. 293, UCC

effective

September 1, 1967). However, such Shipper may receive service

under this FERC

Gas Tariff if Shipper prepays for such service or furnishes good

and

sufficient security, as determined by Transporter in its

reasonable

discretion, an amount equal to the cost of performing the service

requested by

Shipper for a three (3) month period to include the cost of gas

for

permissible imbalance quantities. For purposes of this FERC Gas

Tariff, the

insolvency of a Shipper shall be evidenced by the filing by such

Shipper or

any parent entity thereof (hereinafter collectively referred to

as "the

Shipper" of a voluntary petition in bankruptcy or the entry of a

decree or

order by a court having jurisdiction in the premises adjudging

the Shipper as

bankrupt or insolvent, or approving as properly filed a petition

seeking

reorganization, arrangement, adjustment or composition of or in

respect of the

Shipper under the Federal Bankruptcy Act or any other applicable

federal or

state law, or appointing a receiver, liquidator, assignee,

trustee,

sequestrator (or other similar official) of the Shipper or of any

substantial

part of its property, or the ordering of the winding-up or

liquidation of its

affairs, with said order or decree continuing unstayed and in

effect for a

period of sixty (60) consecutive days. Notwithstanding the above

and Section

11 of this