Mobile Bay Pipeline Company
Second Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 02/01/1994, Docket: GT94- 18-000, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 206 Original Sheet No. 206 : Effective
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
(c) It shall be Shipper's responsibility each day, whether or not
delegated to an agent of Shipper, to cause gas to be delivered to
Transporter as scheduled at receipt points and/or cause gas to be
taken from Transporter at delivery points in accordance with
scheduled quantities. In the event that Shipper fails to comply
with this requirement, Shipper may prospectively schedule the
aggregate of the difference between the scheduled and allocated
quantities at each point as prescribed in paragraph (b) above.
(d) It shall be Shipper's responsibility to cause gas to be delivered
at each receipt point on a uniform hourly rate, "as practicable"
in accordance with the information supplied to Transporter's
dispatcher or other personnel. Shipper shall inform Transporter
as soon as possible of any discrepancy between such information
and actual deliveries.
(e) Shipper shall make all necessary arrangements with other parties
at or upstream of each receipt point(s), and such arrangements
shall otherwise meet the terms and conditions of this FERC Gas
Tariff. Such arrangements shall be coordinated with
Transporter's Customer Service Department.
(f) Transporter shall not be required to provide for service unless
all facilities necessary to render the requested service exist
and are in good operating condition.
(g) Transporter shall deliver to Shipper "equivalent quantities", as
defined in the General Terms and Conditions, based on the
quantities nominated by Shipper on that day except that
Transporter may conform such quantities to the quantities
actually delivered by Shipper at the receipt points to the extent
(h) Shipper shall cause gas to be delivered at the point of receipt
at a pressure sufficient to allow the gas to enter Transporter's
pipeline as such pressure shall vary from time to time, but not
in excess of Transporters maximum allowed operating pressure.