T.W. Phillips Pipeline Corp.

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 01/01/2010, Docket: RP10-141-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 78 Original Sheet No. 78







27.1. Routine Repair and Maintenance – Transporter shall have the right to restrict the

scheduling of service in whole or in part on all or a portion of its system from

time to time to perform routine repair, maintenance, and other construction or

testing procedures on Transporter’s System or to comply with applicable regulatory

requirements. Transporter’s repair and maintenance plans should not disrupt the

delivery of confirmed services. Transporter shall exercise due diligence to

schedule such activity so as to minimize disruptions of service to Shippers.

Transporter shall have no liability to Shipper or any other party for such cur-

tailment of interruption of service. Transporter will post notice of such events

on its Internet website.

27.2 Non-Force Majeure Service Interruption - If, due to an event other than described

below in Section 27.4, Transporter is unable to deliver on any day under an FT

Agreement the Shipper’s full MDQ, then the applicable Reservation Charges shall

be eliminated for the quantity of gas contracted for but not delivered. Trans-

porter shall not be obligated to adjust the Shipper’s Reservation Charges when

Transporter’s failure to deliver on any day is the result of the conduct of the

Shipper or the operator of the upstream facilities at the receipt point. Notwith-

standing this reduction in Reservation Charges, Transporter shall have no other

liability to any Shipper or any other party for the scheduling of service to

accommodate the routine repair and maintenance of its system.


27.3. Force Majeure – Service under this Tariff may be interrupted or curtailed for

reasons of Force Majeure as defined in Section 27.4, and Transporter shall give

Shipper notice as soon as reasonably possible of such interruptible or curtailment.