Trunkline LNG Company

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/29/1994, Docket: CP87-418-004, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 65 First Revised Sheet No. 65 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 65




9.3 As soon as practicable following the occurrence of

Force Majeure the party affected thereby shall give notice to

the other party by the most rapid means available, describing

such Force Majeure and stating such party's best estimate of

the duration thereof and the effect thereof on the performance

of this Agreement and shall keep such other party reasonably

advised as to the status of such Force Majeure and the progress

of such party's efforts to overcome the same.

9.4 In the event performance hereunder shall be prevented

in whole or in part by Force Majeure, the parties shall take

all reasonable and appropriate measures to bring about

conditions permitting the resumption of the normal performance

of this Agreement as soon as possible. In the event that

performance hereof shall be substantially prevented by Force

Majeure for more than 24 consecutive months either party may,

without prejudice to all other rights arising out of such

circumstances, terminate this Agreement by 30 days written

notice to the other, but neither party shall invoke this right

of termination as long as any Purchase Agreement shall not

have been terminated.


Delivery of LNG


10.1 Pan National shall cause the LNG received hereunder to

be transported and discharged by LNG tankers having a Gross

Cargo Capacity of between 120,000 and 135,000 cubic meters,