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. 189 First Revised Sheet No. 189 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 189

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

25. NOTIFICATION

 

25.1 GENERAL

 

Except as provided otherwise in this Tariff or

the Agreement, operational communications may be

made by telephone or other mutually agreeable

means without subsequent written confirmation,

unless written confirmation is requested by

either party hereto. Any notice, request,

demand, statement or other formal communication

shall only be deemed given when delivered by

first class, certified or registered U.S. mail,

overnight delivery, courier, telefax, or

electronic mail or postings on Stingray's

Internet Web Site. Such delivery shall: (a) be

sent to Stingray at the address specified in the

Agreement, or through the Interactive Internet

Website, or at an address otherwise stated in a

notice by Stingray to Shipper; and (b) be sent

to Shipper at the address in the Agreement

pursuant to the Rate Schedule, through the

Interactive Internet Website or at an address

otherwise stated in a notice by Shipper to

Stingray.

 

25.2 NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES

 

(a) PRICING

 

(1) The availability and pricing of

services on Stingray's System is

governed by this Tariff. From time

to time, Stingray changes or updates

its Tariff by filings with the FERC.

Each Shipper is notified by Stingray

of such filings and is provided a

copy of each filing.

 

(2) Telephone inquiries related to the

availability or pricing of services

are answered by representatives of

Stingray and upon request, potential

Shippers are provided copies of

Stingray's Tariff filings.

 

(3) Shippers desiring a rate under any

Agreement other than the maximum rate

on file with the FERC are required to

submit such requests in writing or by

electronic medium to the Vice

President, Commercial Development, in

Houston. Any lower rate agreed to by

Stingray is evidenced in writing to

such Shipper, and such rate is

considered confidential until it is

reported to the FERC as required by

the Regulations. In order to attract

or determine interest in the use of

any particular service,

representatives of Stingray from time

to time contact Shippers by

telephone. Such conversations are

confidential and may or may not

result in Shipper submitting a

request for a discounted rate for a

particular service.