Total Peaking Services, L. L. C.

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Effective Date: 04/01/1998, Docket: CP96-339-001, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 59 Original Sheet No. 59 : Effective







5.3 Operating Conditions for the Receipt of LNG from, and the

Delivery of LNG to, Customer's Truck(s) (Continued)


(c) The loading and unloading of LNG shall be carried

out in accordance with applicable safety and other



(d) LNG shall be loaded or unloaded, as the case may be,

only into trailers certified by the Department of

Transportation to transport LNG and operated by

approved hazardous material operators.


(e) Customer shall give written notice to Total Peaking

of the date and hour of arrival at Total Peaking's

Facilities of Customer's Truck(s) not less than

twenty-four (24) hours in advance of the estimated

time of arrival.


(f) If the Customer's Truck does not arrive at Total

Peaking's Facilities as scheduled, Total Peaking

shall unload or load, as the case may be, Customer's

Truck at the first available time when such

unloading or loading can be accomplished without

detriment to any other scheduled service.


(g) It shall be Customer's responsibility to assure that

each Customer's Truck, Customer's driver and load of

LNG is in compliance with all applicable codes and

regulations pertaining to the design, construction,

and operation of containers for the transportation

of LNG, including such limitations as Total Peaking

may require in connection with its facilities.


(h) It shall be Customer's responsibility to have proper

insurance for Customer's Truck(s), and Customer

shall provide Total Peaking with a certificate of

insurance satisfactory to Total Peaking prior to the

movement of Customer's Truck onto Total Peaking's

property. This requirement is without limitation to

other insurance requirements specified in this

tariff or required by law.