Vector Pipeline L.P.
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Effective Date: 01/01/2009, Docket: RP09-111-000, Status: Effective
Third Revised Sheet No. 127 Third Revised Sheet No. 127
Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 127
14. POSSESSION OF GAS
Unless otherwise provided in the service 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
which shall be in exclusive control and possession of the Gas shall be
responsible for all injury or damage caused thereby to any third party
except any injury or damage caused by Gas provided by Shipper that fails
to conform with the specifications set forth in section 2 of the GT&C.
In the absence of negligence, bad faith, fault 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, and
(ii) any losses or shrinkage of Gas during or resulting from
15. DELIVERY PRESSURE
1. All Gas tendered by or on behalf of Shipper to Transporter shall
be tendered at the Receipt Point(s) at Transporter's prevailing
pressure at that Receipt Point, or at such pressure as Transporter
and an interconnecting party may agree to.
2. All Gas delivered by Transporter to Shipper or on Shipper's behalf
to the facilities of an interconnecting party shall be delivered
at Transporter's line pressure at the Delivery Point(s), or as
agreed to by Transporter and the interconnecting party.
16. OPERATIONAL FLOW ORDERS
1. Transporter reserves and shall have the right to issue an OFO to
maintain system integrity, transportation capacity and pressure
necessary to effect firm deliveries and scheduled quantities.
Transporter may issue an OFO when line pack levels are forecasted
to vary within twenty-four (24) hours sufficiently to:
(a) Prevent Transporter from meeting its contractual pressure
(b) Prevent Transporter from delivering scheduled quantities,