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. 38 Original Sheet No. 38 : Effective

 

 

7.3 Remedies for Failure to Pay: If such failure to pay continues

for sixty (60) days after payment is due, PGPL, in addition to

any other remedy it may have, may (subject to obtaining any

requisite regulatory approval) suspend further receipt and

delivery of gas until such amount is paid unless Shipper in good

faith disputes the amount owing and pays such amount as it

concedes to be correct. In addition, should legal action be

necessary to secure payment, Shipper shall pay PGPL's costs

and attorney's fees.

 

 

8. NOTICE OF CHANGES IN OPERATING CONDITIONS

 

PGPL and Shipper shall notify each other from time to time as

necessary of expected changes in the rates of delivery or receipt

of gas, or in the pressures or other operating conditions, and

the reason for such expected changes, to the end that the other

party may be prepared to properly react to such changes when

they occur.

 

 

9. FORCE MAJEURE

 

9.1 In the event either party hereto is rendered unable, wholly or

in part by force majeure to carry out its obligations under this

contract other than to make payments due hereunder, the

obligations of the party so far as they are affected by such force

majeure shall be suspended during the continuance of any

inability so caused, but for no longer period, and such cause

shall as far as possible be remedied with all reasonable

dispatch.

 

9.2 The term "force majeure" as employed herein shall mean acts

of God, strikes, lockouts or other industrial disturbances, acts

of the public enemy, wars, blockades, insurrections, riots,

epidemics, landslides, fires, lightning, earthquakes, storms,

floods, washouts, arrests and restraints of governments and