Mid Louisiana Gas Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/15/1994, Docket: CP93- 79-004, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 132 First Revised Sheet No. 132 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 132

Pipeline, attention General Counsel, and shall contain a clear

and complete statement of the nature and basis of the

complaint, together with supporting documentation, if any.

Within forty-eight (48) hours of receipt of this information,

the General Counsel of Pipeline shall respond initially to the

Customer or Potential Customer, and within thirty (30) days of

receipt of this information, the General Counsel shall provide

a written response to the Customer or Potential Customer.

 

13. FORCE MAJEURE

 

13.1 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, lightning, earthquakes, hurricanes or

threats of hurricanes, fires, storms, floods, washouts,

arrests, and restraints of the Government, either Federal or

State, including both civil and military, civil disturbances,

explosions, breakage or accident to machinery or lines of

pipe, freezing of wells or lines of pipe, partial or entire

failure of natural gas wells, curtailment on other pipelines,

inability of any party hereto to obtain necessary materials,

supplies, or permits due to existing or future rules,

regulations, orders, laws or proclamations of governmental

authorities, both Federal and State, including both civil and

military, and any other causes, whether of the kind herein

enumerated or otherwise not reasonably within the control of

the party claiming suspension; provided, however, that said

term shall not mean or include any such cause within the

control of the party claiming suspension, nor any cause which

by the exercise of due diligence such party is able to

overcome. The settlement of strikes or lockouts, however,

shall be entirely within the discretion of the party having

the difficulty, and the requirement in Paragraph 13.2 hereof

that any force majeure shall be remedied with all reasonable

dispatch shall not require the settlement of strides or

lockouts by acceding to the demands of opposing party when

such course is inadvisable in the discretion of the party

having the difficulty.