Clear Creek Storage Company, LLC

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/01/2002, Docket: RP02-324-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 51 First Revised Sheet No. 51 : Effective

Superseding: Original S Heet No. 51




9. Title and Responsibility of Gas and Responsibility of

Associated Transportation


9.1 Customer must, and warrants by delivering gas to

Clear Creek that it does, hold good title to the Gas at the

time Gas is delivered to Clear Creek. The Gas delivered by

Customer must be free and clear of all liens, encumbrances

and claims. Customer agrees to indemnify Clear Creek and

hold it harmless from all suits, actions, debts, accounts,

damages, costs, losses and expenses arising from any adverse

claims of any person to the Gas or to royalties, taxes,

license fees, or charges that are applicable to the Gas or

delivery of the Gas. Customer agrees to indemnify Clear

Creek and hold it harmless from all taxes or assessments

that may be levied and assessed upon the delivery and that

are by law payable by the party making delivery.


9.2 The transportation to and from the Point of Receipt

or Delivery of quantities of Gas to be stored by Clear Creek

is solely the Customer's responsibility.


10. Nominations, Scheduling and Allocations


10.1 Nominations. Clear Creek will accept nominations

for Storage Service as provided herein. A valid nomination

is a data set which contains, at a minimum, the mandatory

data elements included in the NAESB Standards related to

nominations, and any additional data elements required by

Clear Creek. All standard and intraday nominations for

service shall be made via EDM as approved by the Commission.

Clear Creek shall also accept written nominations via mail,

fax, courier service or personal delivery. Clear Creek will

support the receipt of nominations, via the methods

identified above, and EDM in a manner designed to enable

Customers to submit nominations seven Days a week, twenty-

four hours a Day. It is recognized that the success of a

seven-days-a-week, twenty-four-hours-a-day nomination

process is dependent on the availability of affected

parties' scheduling personnel on a similar basis. Party

contacts need not be at their ordinary work sites, but shall

be available by telephone or pager. Customers may tender

nominations via facsimile transmission during electronic

down times.


Each nomination shall indicate whether it is being

submitted as a standard or intraday nomination. The

standard quantity for nominations, confirmations and