Sabine Pipe Line Company LLC

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/31/1993, Docket: RS92- 78-003, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 210 Original Sheet No. 210 : Superseded


Alternate Receipt or Delivery Points which a firm

Shipper may request to utilize, as long as the sum of

Shipper's primary and temporarily reserved Alternate

Receipt or Delivery Points does not exceed Shipper's

Maximum Daily Reservation Quantity. Any discounted

Reservation Rate for firm transportation service

between Primary Receipt and Delivery Points will not

automatically transfer to service using Alternate

Receipt or Delivery Points, unless Sabine directs

Shipper to use an alternate point for operational

reasons pursuant to Section 6.6 of the General Terms

and Conditions.


2.6 Request Invalidation


Requests for firm service under this FERC Gas Tariff

will be invalid and will not be considered if service

is requested to commence later than three (3) months

after the information specified in Section 4 of the

General Terms and Conditions is provided to Sabine,

unless additional facilities are required to provide

the firm service. Sabine will accept requests for firm

service if service is requested to commence within one

(1) month of the completion of construction,

modification, expansion or acquisition of facilities

necessary to provide the requested service. Requests

for firm service which cannot be accepted due to

insufficient capacity shall not be of a continuing

nature and shall be deemed a nullity for all present

and future purposes.


2.7 Requests For Operating Data


Upon request by Sabine, Shipper shall submit estimates

of daily, monthly and annual quantities of gas to be

transported, including peak day requirements, together

with the estimated amounts thereof applicable to each

Primary Receipt Point and Primary Delivery Point.

Sabine shall use such information and operating data to

determine its System's available capacity, to evaluate

potential System capacity needs, to plan its

maintenance and repair operations, and to assure

adequate service to its Shippers.