Phillips Gas Pipeline Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 47-003, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 26 Original Sheet No. 26 : Effective

 

 

(c) Force Majeure - In the event that any penalty would

otherwise be applicable under this Section as a direct

consequence of any action or failure to take action by

PGPL, or of the failure of any facility under PGPL's

control, or of an event of force majeure as defined in

Section 9 of the General Terms and Conditions of

PGPL's FERC Gas Tariff, said penalty shall not apply.

 

4. SERVICE IN EXCESS OF INTERRUPTIBLE TRANSPORTATION

QUANTITY

 

4.1 Authorized Overrun Service In Excess of Interruptible

Transportation Quantity

 

Upon the prior request of Shipper and the advance agreement

of PGPL's dispatchers, which shall not be unreasonably

withheld, Shipper may tender and PGPL may transport, on any

day, a quantity in excess of Shipper's Interruptible

Transportation Quantity if PGPL determines, in its sole

discretion, that operating conditions, the availability of capacity,

and PGPL's existing commitments to provide any service permit

such overrun service to be provided. Any such overrun service

will be provided subject to payment of the effective rates and

charges under the terms and conditions applicable to

interruptible transportation service under this Rate Schedule

IT-1.

 

5. REDUCTION OF INTERRUPTIBLE TRANSPORTATION

QUANTITY

 

Whenever Shipper fails to tender gas for transportation for reasons

other than force majeure or interruption of service by PGPL, an

average of daily quantities for any period of sixty (60) consecutive days

which is equal to or greater than sixty (60) percent of Shipper's

then-effective Interruptible Transportation Quantity, then within one

hundred and twenty (120) days thereafter, PGPL may reduce Shipper's

Interruptible Transportation Quantity by an amount not greater than