Stingray Pipeline Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/2001, Docket: RP01-473-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 107 First Revised Sheet No. 107 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 107

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

 

(5) To rectify imbalances or to conform

physical flows to nominations to the extent

consistent with the specific Rate Schedule;

or

 

(6) To maintain System integrity.

 

Without limitation to the foregoing,

Stingray shall have the right to reduce

receipts or deliveries of natural gas on

any day below Shipper's MDQ to permit

maintenance, repair, overhaul, replacement,

or construction of pipelines, compressors,

metering, regulating, or other transmission

facilities and equipment, or to maintain

System integrity; provided, however, that

with respect to routine repair and

maintenance, Stingray will implement

restrictions for scheduling purposes only,

not for curtailment, and will attempt to

schedule such activity during a period when

it will not result in curtailment to firm

services, or when such curtailment will be

minimized, after consulting with the

Shippers which could be affected.

 

(b)For Shippers under all firm services,

Stingray shall provide notice of any

curtailment or of any scheduling

restriction as far in advance as

feasible. Stingray shall attempt to

provide at least two (2) days prior

notice, unless more timely action is

necessary to respond to a Force Majeure

situation, in which case Stingray shall

attempt to provide notice, to balance

the Agreement to the extent consistent

with the applicable Rate Schedule, or

to maintain System integrity.

 

(c)Stingray and a Shipper under any firm

service may add or delete Firm Delivery

or Receipt Points from time to time by

mutual agreement. Subject to the

availability of firm capacity at the

requested point, Stingray shall agree

to any such change in Firm Delivery or

Receipt Point to the extent such new

point is within the transportation path

of the existing Firm Points. At other

points, Stingray shall agree to a

change to the extent that firm

transmission and point capacity is

available after taking into account

existing capacity commitments under

other firm Agreements. Should Stingray

agree to construct a new point for a

Shipper, such Shipper shall be given a

priority for that point based on the

date of that Shipper's request for such

point.