Columbia Gulf Transmission Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/01/2001, Docket: RP01-342-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 251 Second Revised Sheet No. 251 : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 251






Unless otherwise specifically provided in this Tariff, particularly with regard to notices and

communications required through Transporter's EBB, or through EDI, any notice, request, demand, or

communication provided for in these General Terms and Conditions or in the Rate Schedules, or any other

notice that Transporter or Shipper may desire to give to the other, shall be in writing and shall be

considered as duly delivered when mailed by registered mail to the Post Office address of Transporter or

Shipper, or at such other address as either shall designate for formal written notice. Any notice, request,

demand, communication, or other posting made on Transporter's EBB or on EDI as required by this Tariff shall

be considered as duly delivered when transmitted by the sending party. Monthly payments, except those

required to be made by wire or other electronic transfer, shall be considered as duly delivered when mailed

by either registered or ordinary mail. Routine communications by telephone between members of the operating

staffs of Transporter and Shipper shall be considered duly delivered without confirmation by mail. If

Transporter is required by this Tariff to provide any notice, request, demand or other communication to a

Shipper by telephonic communication, Transporter may, at its option, make such communication via Electronic

Notice Delivery without any telephonic communication. System-wide notices shall have a separate category

for notices which are not critical.