Texas Gas Transmission Corporation

First Revised Volume No. 2-A

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Effective Date: 01/01/1993, Docket: RP90-104-020, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 127 Original Sheet No. 127 : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

part, Transporter to incur a penalty with the

Upstream Pipeline, Customer shall reimburse

Transporter for its pro rata share of the

penalties so incurred.

 

(c) Transporter shall not serve as guarantor of

performance of the Upstream Pipelines nor shall

Transporter be liable or responsible in any way

for the actions, omission, or performance of the

Upstream Pipelines. In addition, service

through the Upstream Pipelines shall be

expressly contingent upon the acceptance of

Customer's nominations by both Transporter and

the Upstream Pipelines. Acceptance of nomina-

tions by Transporter shall not be construed as a

guarantee or representation that the Upstream

Pipelines will accept any nominations made by

Transporter on Customer's behalf.

 

(d) Except for reasons of force majeure, Customer

shall notify or cause Transporter to be notified

at least twenty-four (24) hours, or such shorter

period of time as may be required by the Up-

stream Pipeline, in advance of any significant

change in the daily quantity of gas Customer

desires to have transported hereunder. In cases

of force majeure, Customer shall provide Trans-

porter with such notice as soon as possible

under the circumstances.

 

(e) Customer shall make all necessary arrangements

with other parties at or upstream of the

point(s) of receipt and/or delivery where gas

will be tendered for transportation to any

Upstream Pipeline.

 

28.5 Possession of Gas

 

Transporter shall have no responsibility with respect

to any gas delivered by of for Customer to the

Upstream Pipeline or on account of anything which may

be done, happen, or arise with respect to such gas

while it is in the possession of the Upstream

Pipeline.