Carolina Gas Transmission Corporation

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/2006, Docket: CP06- 71-001, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 213 Original Sheet No. 213 : Effective




40.1 A third party may act as agent for Shipper to arrange for any

Pipeline service under any rate schedule and to perform acts in

connection with any service so arranged, including, but not

limited to, the receipt and payment of an invoice, the giving and

receiving of notices, the designation of Receipt and Delivery

Points, the scheduling of quantities for transportation, and the

receipt of proceeds from, or the payment of amounts due for, the

monthly resolution of transportation imbalances under GT&Cs

Section 19.


40.2 Shipper may appoint an agent by executing with the agent and

Pipeline an Agency Authorization Agreement specifying the acts

that the agent is authorized to perform for Shipper. Any

services arranged and any acts performed by an agent under such

agreement shall be done expressly on behalf of Shipper, and

Shipper shall be responsible for the payment to its agent of the

fees and charges for the services arranged and the acts performed

on behalf of Shipper. Any revocation of an Agency Authorization

Agreement shall be in writing and shall provide at least five (5)

days advance written notice of its proposed effective date to the

other parties.


40.3 Pipeline is authorized to accept the actions of an agent within

the scope of its authority to the same extent as Pipeline would

accept the actions of Shipper, and Shipper shall indemnify, save,

and hold Pipeline, its subsidiaries, and affiliates and their

directors, officers, employees, and agents, free and harmless for

any loss or damage occasioned by the agent’s actions or

Pipeline’s reliance thereon.