Nautilus Pipeline Company, LLC

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Effective Date: 12/01/1997, Docket: CP96-790-003, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 199 Original Sheet No. 199 : Effective







explosions, breakage or accident to plants, platforms,

equipment, machinery or lines of pipe; drilling

workovers or completion operations in water depths

greater than 200 meters; unscheduled maintenance of or

making repairs or alterations to platforms, plants,

equipment, machinery, facilities or lines of pipe;

freezing of wells, or lines of pipe; authorized

abandonment of any lines of pipe; acts of government or

the necessity of complying with any governmental or

judicial rule or order; and any other causes, whether

of the kind hereunder enumerated or otherwise, whether

affecting Transporter or Shipper, upstream or

downstream transporter(s), gatherer(s) or processor(s),

not within the control of the party claiming suspension

and which the exercise of due diligence by such party

is unable to prevent or overcome; such term shall

likewise include the inability of either party to

acquire, or delays on the part of such party in

acquiring, at reasonable costs and by the exercise of

reasonable diligence, servitudes, rights-of-way grants,

permits, permissions, certificates, authorizations,

licenses, materials or supplies which are required to

enable such party to fulfill its obligations hereunder.

The settlement of strikes and lockouts shall be

entirely within the discretion of the person affected,

and the above requirements that any force majeure shall

be remedied with all reasonable dispatch shall not

require the settlement of strikes or lockouts when such

course is inadvisable in the discretion of the person

affected thereby. Failure to correctly estimate

reserves available for delivery into Transporter shall

not constitute a force majeure event.