Gulf Crossing Pipeline Company LLC

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Effective Date: 12/20/2008, Docket: RP09-61-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 602 Original Sheet No. 602



Section 7




7.6 In the event that unauthorized receipts or deliveries from Gulf

Crossing become excessive (quantities in excess of 10% of

scheduled quantities for any consecutive 5 Day period) at either

a receipt or delivery point on three (3) or more separate

occasions during a consecutive twelve month period, Gulf Crossing

will notify Customer of the situation by e-mail or phone, after

which Customer may be required to provide, or cause to be

provided, flow control equipment acceptable to Gulf Crossing.

Gulf Crossing shall report to the Commission within 30 Days if

Gulf Crossing requires Customer to provide flow control



7.7 Service may be interrupted or curtailed due to scheduled routine

repair, and maintenance. Gulf Crossing shall give Customer(s)

reasonable notice of such interruption or curtailment and shall

endeavor to coordinate such interruption or curtailment with

Customer(s). Gulf Crossing shall not be required to make

alternate arrangements for receipt or delivery of Gas during

these periods. If Gulf Crossing is unable to transport Gas as a

result of any non-force majeure event, then Gulf Crossing shall

credit Customer's account for the appropriate portion of the

reservation charge based on the portion of Customer's MDQ

affected by the interruption.