Carnegie Interstate Pipeline Company

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 01/01/1995, Docket: CP93-552-003, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 121 Original Sheet No. 121 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 121




18.4 Interconnections


In the event that any upstream or downstream

entity involved in handling Customer's gas refuses or

is unable to receive gas from or deliver gas to

CIPCO, CIPCO shall have the right to curtail receipts

or deliveries of gas to Customer; provided however,

any such curtailment shall be limited to the portion

of the quantity of gas nominated by Customer but not

delivered to CIPCO.


18.5 Notice


CIPCO shall provide Customer with notice of a

curtailment or interruption at a time and in a manner

that is reasonable under then existing conditions,

and shall thereafter confirm in writing the notice

given if originally provided telephonically.


Customer shall have the responsibility to inform

its suppliers, transporters, consumers, and all

others involved in the transaction, as to any

curtailment or interruption.


18.6 Indemnification


Customer shall indemnify CIPCO from and against

any and all losses, damages, or expenses of any kind

which such Customer may sustain or be liable for, and

will hold CIPCO harmless from any and all damages,

claims, suits, actions, or proceedings, either

threatened or initiated, as a result of any

curtailment or interruption invoked by CIPCO, except

for losses, damages, or expenses caused solely by

CIPCO's own negligence or willful misconduct.




Nothing in CIPCO's FERC Gas Tariff shall operate to

inhibit the development of market centers at the

interconnections between CIPCO's pipeline system and other

pipelines or LDC systems.