Great Lakes Gas Transport, L.L.C.

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/1993, Docket: RP97-157-006, Status: Effective

Sub. Original Sheet No. 151 Sub. Original Sheet No. 151 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 151









14.4 Indemnification and Waiver


Shipper shall indemnify Transporter against, hold it harmless from,

and undertake the defense of Transporter with respect to any and all

claims, losses, damages, expenses and injuries arising from an un-

authorized tender or receipt by Shipper. Shipper waives any and all

claims and demands against Transporter arising from an unauthorized

tender or receipt by another Shipper, other than claims based on a

Shipper's loss of gas supply due to Transporter's negligence or

willful misconduct.




Notwithstanding any other provisions in this Tariff or any Service Agree-

ment with Transporter, it is recognized that Transporter's capacity may be

limited or curtailed on a system-wide basis or on a segment-by-segment

basis. The allocation procedures and priorities set forth in this Section

15 shall apply to both system-wide and segment-by-segment limitations or

curtailments, insofar as is possible.


Following the scheduling of services, Transporter may discontinue or

curtail service at any time if required in Transporter's reasonable

judgment by weather or the necessity to conduct maintenance, repair or

replacement activities with regard to its facilities, to schedule

Department of Transportation compliance activities, to install taps, to

test storage fields, operational equipment, compressors or compressor

station equipment, or similar activities affecting capacity and operations

or portions of its system, after an unexpected loss of capacity, or when

necessary to avert a material threat to the integrity of its system or when

continuation of service would impair Transporter's ability to render a

service of a higher priority, as set forth in this Section 15, or as a

result of conditions of force majeure, as described at Section 8.1 of these

General Terms and Conditions.


Transporter will allocate capacity in the manner set forth in this

Section 15 only to the extent it is reasonably practical to do so. It is

recognized that the allocation of Transporter's capacity may be affected by

the capacities of Transporter's measurement, control and communication

equipment, as it exists from time to time, the operational requirements of

Transporter or by factors beyond the control of Transporter, including but

not limited to variations in the requirements or markets served by Trans-