Crossroads Pipeline Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/2001, Docket: RP02- 14-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 89 Original Sheet No. 89 : Effective




(f) If only partial confirmations are received by Transporter from the upstream and downstream

entities delivering or receiving gas on behalf of Shipper, Shipper's nominations shall be reduced in

accordance with the priorities set forth on the priority reduction list furnished by Shipper with the

nomination. If Shipper fails to provide a priority reduction list, Transporter may deem the Shipper's

nomination to be zero(0).

(g) If after Shipper's gas is confirmed, Transporter is notified that Shipper's gas is not

available, then Transporter may cease deliveries.

(h) The Explicit Confirmation process requires that the Confirming Party and Transporter respond

to a Request for Confirmation or initiate an unsolicited Confirmation Response. Absent mutual agreement to

the contrary, Explicit Confirmation is the default methodology.

(i) When a previously confirmed and scheduled quantity is altered, notification of such

alteration should be provided to all of the parties that are affected. Applicable notification(s) of such

alterations should be provided to the affected parties reasonably proximate in time to the time during which

the event causing the alteration was acted upon by Transporter. With respect to the implementation of this

process via the 1.4.X GISB standards, Transporter and the Confirming Party should send the applicable

document(s) to the applicable party(ies) no later than the next time they are slated to communicate

confirmations or scheduled quantities. The Confirming Party has an obligation to notify Transporter within

the established GISB deadlines when a previously confirmed and scheduled quantity is altered. Affected

parties to be notified by Transporter are:

(1) Confirming Party in a Confirmation Response (or unsolicited Confirmation Response as

applicable) document by Transporter;

(2) Confirming Party in a Request for Confirmation document by Transporter;

(3) Shipper in a Scheduled Quantity document by Transporter.

6.4 Shipper's Notice of Changes. Except for reasons of force majeure, as described at Section 15 (Force

Majeure) of the General Terms and Conditions, Shipper shall notify Transporter or cause Transporter to be

notified (via posting on Transporter's EBB) at least 24 hours in advance of any anticipated material change in

the daily quantity of gas Shipper desires to deliver or to cause to be delivered to Transporter for

transportation under Transporter's Rate Schedules. If an unanticipated or a force majeure event causes a

material change in the quantity of gas Shipper will deliver or cause to be delivered to Transporter for

transportation, Shipper shall notify or cause Transporter to be notified as soon as possible after occurrence

of that event. In the event of such material changes, Shipper shall tender or cause to be tendered to

Transporter such estimated daily quantities at flow rates as close as possible to uniform hourly rates.

Departures by Shipper from the daily quantities that it has notified Transporter it intends to tender to

Transporter under a Rate Schedule shall be kept to a minimum and in no event shall exceed the amount permitted

by operating conditions.