Southern LNG Inc.
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 12/01/2001, Docket: CP99-582-005, Status: Effective
Substitute Original Sheet No. 101 Substitute Original Sheet No. 101 : Effective
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 101
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
(e) The release of capacity under Section 16, if releasing Customer does not reduce its
LNG Balance accordingly;
(f) The recall of capacity under Section 16, if acquiring Customer does not reduce its LNG
Balance accordingly; or
(g) Failure of Customer to cycle receipts of LNG pursuant to Section § 10; or
(h) Failure of Customer to arrange for the receipt of scheduled deliveries when the
failure interferes with Southern LNG's ability to provide scheduled service or with
prudent operation of the facilities.
23.3 If an OFO directs Customer to withdraw and take delivery of LNG or vaporized LNG, and Customer
fails to nominate and schedule as directed, then Southern LNG may, as provided in the
applicable Rate Schedule, take title to those quantities free and clear of any adverse claims.
Customer shall indemnify Southern LNG and hold it harmless from all costs, damages, and
liabilities arising out of the failure of the Customer to remove such quantities and the
disposal of such quantities by Southern LNG, including storage charges under the applicable
rate schedule. Southern LNG shall be permitted to sell the quantities to which it takes title
in accordance with this Section 23. Crediting of Southern LNG's net proceeds under this
section is set forth in Section 26 of the GT&C of this Tariff.
23.4 An OFO may be issued on a contract basis for all or a portion of the facilities. An OFO
issued by 10:00 a.m. on a Gas Day will generally be effective at the beginning of the
following Gas Day. When operating conditions threaten the terminal's integrity, three hours
notice, or lesser notice if necessary, may be given. An OFO may be issued for a specific
period of time or until further notice is given. Before issuing an OFO, Southern LNG will
attempt to remedy those operating conditions through requests for voluntary action7 provided,
however, exigent circumstances may exist which require immediate issuance of an OFO.