Paiute Pipeline Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1-A

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Effective Date: 12/07/2003, Docket: RP04- 51-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 74A Second Revised Sheet No. 74A : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 74A








4.7 Operating Procedures for Rate Schedule LGS-1 Service: (Continued)


(b) Receipt of LNG at the LNG Truck Unloading Facility:


(1) LNG tendered at Paiute's LNG truck unloading facility

by Shipper on any day shall be LNG that has been

transported by Shipper or Shipper's agent by truck to

the LNG Plant. Paiute will accept LNG from Shipper or

its agent for delivery by truck into the LNG storage

facility on any day if Paiute determines that such

deliveries will not adversely affect Paiute's system

operations or its service obligations to other

Shippers, or cause the Shipper's Storage Capacity, as

specified in Shipper's Service Agreement under Rate

Schedule LGS-1, to be exceeded.


(2) Deliveries of LNG to the LNG truck unloading facility

will be accepted beginning at 10:00 a.m. (8:00 a.m.

Pacific Clock Time) and extend until 6:00 p.m. (4:00

p.m. Pacific Clock Time) daily. Notice of deliveries

to the LNG truck unloading facility must be provided

to Paiute at least forty-eight (48) hours in advance

of such delivery. Notice of deliveries should be

provided by contacting personnel at Paiute's LNG

Plant, either by telephone at (775) 273-2694 or by fax

at (775) 273-7642. If the Shipper declares that an

emergency situation exists necessitating that

deliveries of LNG to Paiute's LNG storage facility be

accomplished sooner, Paiute, to the extent possible,

will attempt to extend the LNG truck unloading

facility delivery hours and decrease the prior

notification time requirement.


(3) Shipper shall ensure that all trucks making deliveries

of LNG to Paiute's LNG truck unloading facility shall

use a delivery route that exits the Interstate 80

highway at Exit 112 and then follows a route that runs

southwest on Upper Valley Road, west on Fairview Road,

south on North Meridian Road, and then west on Pitt

Road to the LNG Plant. All such trucks shall also be

required to use the same roads to return to the

Interstate 80 highway.