Quest Pipelines (Kpc)

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/2010, Docket: RP10-692-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 182 First Revised Sheet No. 182

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 182






18.1 Shipper shall represent and warrant that it has title to all Gas

it tenders to KPC at the Receipt Point(s), free and clear of any

liens and/or adverse claims. Shipper shall retain title to Gas

while it is being transported or parked on the KPC system. KPC

shall represent and warrant that it shall deliver all Gas received

from Shipper, less appropriate reductions, to Shipper at the

Delivery Point(s) free and clear of any liens or adverse claims.

In the event KPC terminates service to Shipper as a result of loss

of creditworthiness or default by Shipper, KPC shall have the

right to assert any liens or other interests, consistent with

applicable law, against any Gas Shipper may have remaining on

KPC's system.


18.2 As to all matters within its actual or imputed control, Shipper

represents and warrants that service hereunder and all

arrangements incident thereto conform to applicable regulations.

Shipper hereby agrees to indemnify and hold KPC harmless against

any and all actions, suits or proceedings concerning such service

or arrangements, which are brought before or instituted by any

authority having jurisdiction if and to the extent that such

actions result from or are based upon allegations of fact that are

inconsistent with the representations herein made by Shipper or

any failure of the warranties herein given by Shipper.


18.3 Both KPC and Shipper may assign or pledge Service Agreements and

all rights and obligations thereunder under the provisions of any

mortgage, deed of trust, indenture or other instrument which it

has executed or may execute hereafter as security for

indebtedness; otherwise, except in accordance with Section 14

herein, neither KPC nor Shipper shall assign a Service Agreement

or any of its rights thereunder unless it shall first have

obtained the written consent of the other(s). Such consent shall

not be unreasonably withheld.