Sea Robin Pipeline Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/1997, Docket: RP97-411-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 130M Original Sheet No. 130M : Superseded

 

Rate Schedule FTS-2

Firm Transportation Service

(Continued)

 

 

additional information, if necessary, to

substantiate any data provided. To be a valid request,

the service requested must commence within twelve (12)

months of the Valid Date, except where the service

requires the construction of facilities to provide the

service and/or receipt of regulatory approvals from the

FERC or other regulatory agency; provided, however,

TRANSPORTER shall not be required to make available firm

capacity to SHIPPER until the requested commence date.

 

(f) TRANSPORTER may take up to thirty (30) days after

receipt of all information to be provided by SHIPPER

herein, including, but not limited to, the production

profile and technical data contained in Section 4(a)

above, or up to thirty (30) days after conclusion of an

open season described in Section 4(g) below, assuming all

the necessary information has been received, to evaluate

SHIPPER'S request. Within five (5) business days of

TRANSPORTER'S decision to accept a request for service,

TRANSPORTER shall notify SHIPPER that its request for

service is accepted and shall tender an FTS-2 Agreement

and a Reserve Commitment Agreement to SHIPPER for

execution. No service under this Rate Schedule shall be

implemented until both the FTS-2 Agreement and Reserve

Commitment Agreement have been executed and returned to

TRANSPORTER. For the term of service and MDQs so

accepted, such service shall be unaffected by and shall

have priority over subsequent service to the extent

provided in Section 2 hereof without regard to the date

of commencement specified in such request for service.

If SHIPPER fails to execute and return to TRANSPORTER the

FTS-2 Agreement and Reserve Commitment Agreement within

thirty (30) days of the date tendered by TRANSPORTER,

SHIPPER'S transportation request shall lose the priority

which it otherwise would have been accorded. TRANSPORTER

will nonetheless maintain SHIPPER'S inactive

transportation request in its files. SHIPPER may

reactivate said transportation request which has lost its

initial priority by notifying TRANSPORTER and TRANSPORTER

shall assign said transportation request a new priority

in the Transportation Log as of the date and time

TRANSPORTER receives such notification from SHIPPER.