Young Gas Storage Company, Ltd.
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 08/01/2010, Docket: RP10-921-000, Status: Effective
Second Revised Sheet No. 102 Second Revised Sheet No. 102
Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 102
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
24. TAXES (Continued)
24.2 If at any time during the period that this Tariff remains effective,
current Federal and state tax policy should change by legislation or
otherwise, such change(s), as appropriate, shall be reflected in an
upward or downward adjustment to Transporter's rates through an
adjustment to Transporter's cost of service upon which such rates
are derived. Any such increase or decrease shall be implemented on
the first day of the calendar month which is no later than 45 days
after the enactment or pronouncement of the change in policy and
shall be effective on the effective date of such change in policy.
25.1 Liability. Each Party assumes full responsibility and liability
arising from the installation, ownership, and operation of its
pipelines and facilities and will hold the other Party harmless
from any claim, loss, expense or liability (except as otherwise
specifically provided in this Agreement) that such Party incurs on
account of such installation, ownership, and operation.
26. COMPLAINT PROCEDURES
26.1 Formal Complaints. A complaint that a Shipper files at FERC in
connection with Transporter's services must comply with the
requirements in Rule Nos. 206, 213 and 218 of FERC's Rules of
Practice and Procedure (18 CFR 385.206, 213 and 218).
The Shipper must serve a copy of the complaint to the address
contained in the Points of Contact Section in this Tariff.
26.2 Informal Complaints. If a Shipper or a potential Shipper has a
complaint that the Shipper wants handled on an informal basis
(without filing the complaint at FERC), the complaint should be
served to one of the addresses contained in the Points of Contact
Section in this Tariff. Transporter will contact the Shipper as soon
as possible to resolve the complaint. Submission of an informal
complaint does not preclude the
Shipper from later filing a complaint at FERC if Transporter does
not resolve the complaint to the Shipper's satisfaction. Transporter
shall attempt to provide a satisfactory response at the time that
aShipper or a potential Shipper calls. Should a follow-up call by
Transporter be necessary or agreed upon by Shipper or a potential
Shipper and Transporter at the time of the initial call, Transporter
shall so respond within seven days.