Southern LNG Inc.

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Effective Date: 07/01/2003, Docket: RP03-401-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 100 First Revised Sheet No. 100 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 100




Southern LNG agrees to accept and provide standardized data elements for EDI pursuant to Version 1.4 of

the NAESB Standards, which are incorporated herein by reference. A copy of Southern LNG's

Implementation Guide for EDI transactions is available upon request.




23.1 Implementation of OFOs:


Whenever Southern LNG notifies affected parties that an OFO or critical period exists under one

of the provisions referenced below, such notice shall describe the condition and the specific

responses required from the affected parties. Each potential OFO condition set forth below

contains the amount of notice Southern LNG is required to give prior to implementing the OFO,

if applicable. Section 14 states the notification method applicable.


23.2 Types of OFOs:


Southern LNG will have the right to issue an OFO to any Customer directing Customer to adjust

receipts or deliveries as the case may be, when in Southern LNG's sole judgment, the OFO is

required (i) to alleviate conditions that threaten the facilities' integrity, safety, or

service or (ii) to ensure compliance with the provisions contained in this Tariff.

Examples of conditions for which Southern LNG may issue OFOs include, without limitation:


(a) Failure of Customer to nominate and schedule deliveries in sufficient quantities to

timely accommodate receipt by Southern LNG from Customer's vessel(s);


(b) Force majeure or operating condition pursuant to Section § 8.3;


(c) Non-compliance with curtailment orders, when non-compliance threatens the integrity of

Southern LNG's facilities,


(d) Failure of Customer to tender LNG for receipt as scheduled, when the failure

interferes with Southern LNG's ability to provide scheduled service or with prudent

operation of the facilities;