Southern LNG Inc.
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Effective Date: 07/01/2002, Docket: RP02-290-000, Status: Effective
First Revised Sheet No. 63 First Revised Sheet No. 63 : Effective
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 63
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
(g) Southern LNG shall have the right to refuse to deliver vaporized LNG not timely or
properly nominated in accordance with GT&C § 12. Southern LNG shall not be liable to
Customer or any other person as a direct or indirect consequence of such refusal and
Customer shall indemnify Southern LNG from and against any and all losses, damages,
expenses, claims, suits, actions and proceedings whatsoever threatened, incurred or
initiated as a result of such refusal.
(h) Volumetric Capacity Release Nominations or Intraday Cycle Recalls:
On its nomination form for a firm Service Agreement, Customer must indicate the offer
number for each nomination of volumetric capacity release or a recall of a release on
an intraday nomination cycle so that Southern LNG can track and calculate the
appropriate credit to the Releasing Customer.
(i) Make-up Nominations: When making its nomination, Customer shall specify by Service
Agreement which portion of the quantities to be transported by Southern LNG is
attributable to current transportation and which portion of the quantities is
attributable to make-up within the month of an estimated imbalance (either positive or
negative). As between quantities of gas received or delivered by Southern LNG for
current service and gas received or delivered by Southern LNG as make-up of estimated
imbalances, the gas received or delivered as current service shall be deemed to be
received or delivered prior to any make-up gas.
(j) Package ID: A Package ID is a way to differentiate between discrete business
transactions. Use of the Package ID is at the discretion of the service requester
and, if sent, will be accepted and processed by Southern LNG. When used, Package IDs
shall be supported for nominating, scheduling, and allocating, but not for invoicing
unless mutually agreeable.