Oktex Pipeline Company
Original Volume No. 1
Contents / Previous / Next / Main Tariff Index
Effective Date: 10/01/2002, Docket: RP02-472-000, Status: Effective
Sixth Revised Sheet No. 39B Sixth Revised Sheet No. 39B : Effective
Superseding: Fifth Revised Sheet No. 39B
8. Transporter, on the effective date of and pursuant to Article XXXIII
of the General Terms and Conditions, will post on the IPP for a
reasonable time the price, terms and conditions, and names of the parties to
all capacity release and assignment agreements existing on that date. All
firm capacity holders who have executed such agreements prior to that date
must provide such information to the Transporter for posting on the IPP
. Such posting is to make those agreements public and not to prompt
potential shippers to submit a bid for such capacity. On time stamping shall
be in accordance with NAESB Standard 4.3.2, 4.3.9, and 4.3.10.
9. Transporter will provide access to an on-line, read-only copy of its
currently effective FERC Gas Tariff, including the General Terms and
Conditions via the IPP .
10. Any provisions of this FERC Gas Tariff requiring that these matters
be written or in writing are satisfied by either Shipper or Transporter
utilizing electronic transmission through the IPP in accordance with
the procedures for utilization of the IPP when subsequently verified by
a timely signed writing. All other provisions requiring items or information
to be written or in writing remain unchanged.
11. In order to access Transporters' Customer Activities Web Page
Shipper must contact Transporter. If requested, Transporter will provide the
telephone number, and user fees of Transporter's CAWP service provider.
12. Transporter is the exclusive proprietor of the CAWP and of all
the copy rights and proprietary interests therein, except insofar as any third
party possesses a copyright or proprietary interest in such materials.
Shipper will not be virtue of this Article or the executed CAWP Agreement
acquire any proprietary interests in the CAWP or its files. Although
Transporter is not the proprietor of certain data and information contained in
the files of the CAWP, Shipper will use the CAWP for research purposes
only and will not publish, broadcast, sell, or use any material received from
the CAWP in any manner of fashion that may infringe any copyrights or
proprietary interests Transporter or any third party may have in the CAWP and
materials included therein.
13. Shipper assumes sole responsibility for all use of the CAWP and/or
IPP and hereby indemnifies and holds Transporter harmless against any liability
or claim of any person that is attributed to improper use of the CAWP/IPP by
Shipper. In no event will Transporter be liable to Shipper for consequential,
exemplary, or special damages resulting, in whole or in part, from Shipper's
use of the CAWP/IPP .
14. Transporter employees are not authorized to assist Shipper in framing
a research request. If, notwithstanding the foregoing, a Shipper requests
and/or receives assistance from Transporter employees in framing a search
request, such assistance will be at Shipper's risk and Transporter will not
have any responsibility or liability arising therefrom. For the purposes of
this Article, "framing a search request" shall mean the process by
which a Shipper identifies the research problem, selects the words, phrases
or numbers to be searched upon, and determines the relationship to
each other of such words, phrases, and numbers and the order in which
they are to be submitted.