Puget Sound Energy, Inc.
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Effective Date: 11/01/1998, Docket: CP98-250-002, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 43 Original Sheet No. 43 : Effective
220.127.116.11 Maintain adequate records of daily nominations and
provide reasonable access to the Owners for their review of same.
6.4.3 Repairs. The Project Operator shall procure and furnish all
materials, equipment, supplies, services, and labor necessary for
making Repairs to the Storage Project. "Repair(s)" will mean and
include each item of reconstruction, reconditioning, unplanned
equipment overhaul, or unplanned replacement of the pipeline,
compressor, facilities, buildings, or meters of the Storage
Project or any part thereof. Any Repair having an estimated cost
of $25,000 or more will be treated as an item of Special Services
pursuant to the terms of Section 6.4.4, and will not be undertaken
by the Project Operator for the account of the Owners without
prior written approval of the Committee except as may be required
in Section 6.4.5. The Project Operator will make a reasonable
effort to provide notice and coordinate any Repair to minimize
adverse impact of any temporary reduction in injection,
withdrawal, or working gas capacity. Unless otherwise agreed,
invoices to the Owners for Repairs will be transmitted on the same
date with invoices to the Owners for other services.
6.4.4 Special Services. The Project Operator will, subject to
prior written approval of the Committee, perform Special Services
including services related to expansion or addition design,
construction, operation, or maintenance having an estimated cost
of $25,000 or more upon such terms and conditions as may be agreed
upon from time to time between the Project Operator and the
6.4.5 Emergency Services. The Project Operator shall take such
steps and incur such expenses as in its reasonable opinion are
required and can be provided by the Project Operator to deal with
an explosion, fire, storm or other emergency which might threaten
life or property or render the Storage Project or any portion
thereof incapable of continued proper operation ("Emergency").
The Project Operator will as promptly as possible, report such
emergency to the Owners.