Crossroads Pipeline Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 09/10/2007, Docket: RP07-567-001, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 74 Third Revised Sheet No. 74 : Effective

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 74




3.11 Requests for service which do not include all of the above-referenced

information and the information required by Section 3 shall be deemed null

and void.


3.12 If a Shipper has multiple Service Agreements with Transporter and

defaults on one Service Agreement, Transporter may deem a default by Shipper

on that one Service Agreement as a loss of creditworthiness on any other

Service Agreement the Shipper has with Transporter; provided, however, this

provision shall not affect amounts disputed by Shipper in good faith. This

Section 3.12 shall apply solely to the Shipper that is the Service Agreement



3.13 Transporter intends that section 3.9(b)(4)(iv) above shall be read in

harmony, and not in conflict, with the Bankruptcy Code.


3.14 If Transporter has terminated service to Shipper as a result of

Shipper’s loss of creditworthiness or default, Transporter shall have the

right to assert any liens or other interests, consistent with applicable

law, against any gas Shipper may have remaining on Transporter's system.


3.15 Execution of Service Agreement. Following the approval of a request

for service and the award of service by Transporter, Transporter and

Requestor shall enter into a new or amended Service Agreement under each

appropriate Rate Schedule in accordance with the provisions of Section 5 of

the General Terms and Conditions. If Requestor fails to execute such

Service Agreement within 15 days after Transporter tenders it to Requestor,

or within such other time period agreed to by Transporter or required by a

specific provision of this Tariff, Requestor's request for service and

Transporter's offer of service shall be void and of no further force or

effect. Service shall not commence until Requestor returns or transmits an

executed electronic or paper Service Agreement to Transporter in compliance

with the provisions of the Tariff. Transporter may waive the provisions of

this subsection on a nondiscriminatory basis.


3.16 Record Retention. Transporter shall maintain records of all valid

requests for service and their disposition for a period of three years from

the date of receipt of those requests. Transporter shall not disclose such

information, including information relating to bids for service, other than

pursuant to the provisions of this Tariff, a Commission proceeding or valid

court order.


3.17 Transporter shall not be obligated to accept requests for an

aggregate Transportation Demand of less than one hundred (100) dekatherms

per day.


3.18 Requests for service which do not include all of the above-referenced

information shall be deemed null and void.