Southern LNG Inc.

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Effective Date: 05/01/2008, Docket: RP08-297-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 72 Second Revised Sheet No. 72 : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 72

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

14.4 Emergency Contact and Constructive Notice:

 

Southern LNG and Customer shall specify in Appendix C to the Service Agreement the name,

telephone number, and, if available, facsimile machine number, text pager number and electronic

mailing (e-mail) address of up to three persons authorized to receive dispatching and emergency

notices on a twenty-four-hours-a-day basis. However, Acquiring Customer should provide

Southern LNG with no more than two e-mail notifications to be used for recall notification

(NAESB 5.3.47). Notices outside of normal business hours shall be given to any of these

authorized representatives. With respect to notification concerning the availability of

invoices on SoNet Premier, Customer should provide two e-mail addresses in the Service

Agreement. If either party is unsuccessful in contacting one of the other party's authorized

representatives at the e-mail address provided, then that party may establish constructive

notice to the other party and that notice will be deemed duly given when either:

 

(a) notice is sent to two of the mandatory e-mail addresses provided to Southern LNG by

Customer and at least one of those e-mail addresses does not return an undeliverable

error message; or

 

(b) notice is sent by facsimile machine or e-mail, in which case the notice shall be

deemed given at the time the sending facsimile machine or computer confirms that the

message was sent; or

 

(c) notice is attempted to be sent by facsimile machine or e-mail, but the sending

facsimile machine or computer does not confirm that the message was sent, in which

case the sending party shall make at least two additional attempts to send the message

and the notice shall be deemed given at the time the third attempt is made or at the

time the sending facsimile machine or computer confirms that the transmission could

not be sent; or

 

(d) notice is attempted by making at least three telephone calls not less often than

fifteen minutes apart, in which case the notice shall be deemed given at the time the

third call is made.