Alabama-Tennessee Natural Gas Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 09/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 27-003, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 112 Original Sheet No. 112 : Superseded

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (continued)

 

 

Transporter shall deliver natural gas to Shipper at Transporter's

line pressure at the Point of Delivery designated in the executed

Service Contract between Transporter and Shipper, but the minimum

pressure shall be as agreed upon by Shipper and Transporter in

the executed Service Contract. The pressure shall not be less

than fifty (50) pounds per square inch gauge, as long as the

volume of gas delivered during the most recent twenty-four (24)

hour period does not exceed Transporter's maximum daily

obligation to deliver to Shipper. Provided that as long as

Transporter's suppliers maintain a delivery pressure of at least

six hundred (600) pounds per square inch gauge at suppliers'

delivery points to Transporter, and the volume of gas delivered

to Shipper during the most recent twenty-four hour period does

not exceed Transporter's maximum daily obligation to Shipper,

Transporter shall maintain delivery pressure to Shipper of not

less than one hundred (100) pounds per square inch gauge, unless

Shipper shall agree to delivery at a lower pressure. Transporter

shall endeavor to, but shall not be obligated to, provide

deliveries at the pressure requested by Shipper.

 

9. WARRANTY OF TITLE OF GAS

 

9.1 Gas Sales Service: Transporter warrants that it will at

the time of delivery, pursuant to Rate Schedule G or SG

have good title to all gas delivered by it to Shipper;

that same will be free and clear of all liens,

encumbrances, and claims whatsoever, that it will at such

time of delivery have good right and title to sell said

gas as aforesaid; and that it will indemnify Shipper and

save it harmless from all suits, actions, debts,

accounts, damages, costs, losses, and expenses arising

from or out of adverse claims of any or all persons to

said gas or to royalties, taxes, license fees or charges

thereon, which are applicable before the title to the gas

passes to Shipper. In the event any adverse claim of any

character whatsoever is asserted against Shipper in

respect of any of said gas, Shipper may retain the

purchase price thereof up to the amount of such claim

against it without interest, until such claim has been

finally determined, as security for the performance of

Transporter's obligations with respect to such claims

under this Section, or until Transporter shall have

furnished bond to Shipper, in the amount of such claim and

with sureties satisfactory to Shipper conditioned for the

protection of Shipper with respect to such claim.