Hardy Storage Company, LLC

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Effective Date: 07/06/2007, Docket: RP07-480-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 94A Original Sheet No. 94A : Effective




(f) The Customer should designate up to two

representatives who are authorized to receive notices regarding the

Customer’s creditworthiness, including requests for additional

information, pursuant to the applicable NAESB WGQ standards and should

provide to the Seller the Internet E-mail addresses of such

representatives prior to the initiation of service. Written requests

and responses should be provided via Internet E-mail, unless otherwise

agreed to by the parties. The obligation of the Seller to provide

creditworthiness notifications is waived until the above requirement

has been met. The Customer should manage internal distribution of any

creditworthiness notices that are received.


The Seller should designate on its Internet website or in written

notices to the Customer, the Internet E-mail addresses of up to two

representatives who are authorized to receive notices regarding the

Customer’s creditworthiness. The Customer’s obligation to provide

confirmation of receipt is met by sending such confirmation of such

representatives, and the Seller should manage internal distribution of

any such confirmations.


(g) At any time after the Customer is determined to be

non-creditworthy by the Seller, the Customer may initiate a

creditworthiness re-evaluation by the Seller. As part of the

Customer’s re-evaluation request, the Customer should either update or

confirm in writing the prior information provided to the Seller related

to the Customer’s creditworthiness. Such an update should include any

event(s) that the Customer believes could lead to a material change in

the Customer’s creditworthiness.


(h) After a Seller’s receipt of a Customer’s request for

re-evaluation, including all required information pursuant to NAESB WGQ

Standard 0.3.8 (“Customer’s Request”), within five (5) Business Days,

the Seller should provide a written response to the Customer’s Request.

Such written response should include either a determination of

creditworthiness status, clearly stating the reason(s) for the Seller’s

decision, or an explanation supporting a future date by which a re-

evaluation determination will be made. In no event should such re-

evaluation determination exceed twenty (20) Business Days from the date

of the receipt of the Customer’s Request unless specified in the

Seller’s tariff or if the parties mutually agree to some later date.


(i) In complying with the creditworthiness related

notifications pursuant to the applicable NAESB WGQ standards, the

Customer and the Seller may mutually agree to other forms of

communication in lieu of Internet e-mail notification.