Delay Caused by Force Majeure Sample Clauses

Delay Caused by Force Majeure. So long as the affected Party has at all times since the occurrence of the Force Majeure Event complied with the obligations of this Article and continues to so comply then: (i) the affected Party shall not be liable for any failure or delay in performing its obligations (other than the obligation to make any payment otherwise due hereunder) under or pursuant to this Agreement for so long as and to the extent that the performance of such obligations are affected by the Force Majeure Event; and (ii) any performance deadline that the affected Party is obligated to meet under this Agreement shall be extended; provided, however, that no relief, including the extension of performance deadlines, shall be granted to the affected Party pursuant to this Article to the extent that such failure or delay would have nevertheless been experienced by the affected Party had the Force Majeure Event not occurred. A Party shall not bear any liability for any Loss suffered by the affected Party as a result of a Force Majeure Event.
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Delay Caused by Force Majeure. Should an event of Force Majeure occur that has the effect of delaying the acceptance of the FLNG Facility, then, upon notice of such effect from Golar, the Scheduled Commissioning Start Date shall be postponed or delayed to fully address the effects of such event. For greater certainty, Golar shall take all such actions required under Clause 16 to address any such event of Force Majeure delaying the Scheduled Commissioning Start Date, including notice of such event to be provided in accordance with Clause 16.3.
Delay Caused by Force Majeure. Except as otherwise set forth below, neither Party shall be responsible or liable for or deemed in breach hereof because of any failure or delay in complying with its obligations (other than an obligation to make a payment) under or pursuant to this Agreement due to one or more events of Force Majeure or its or their effects or by any combination thereof, and the periods allowed or dates required (including the Required Commercial Operation Dates) for the performance by Parties of such obligation(s) shall be extended on a day-for-day basis to account for such event(s), effects or combination thereof; provided that no relief shall be granted to the Party claiming Force Majeure pursuant to this Article 17 to the extent that such failure or delay would have nevertheless been experienced by that Party had such Force Majeure not occurred.
Delay Caused by Force Majeure. If, by reason of Force Majeure, either party hereto (the "Frustrated Party") is delayed or unable, in whole or in part, to perform or comply with any obligation or condition of this Agreement (other than an obligation to pay), then it shall be relieved of liability and shall suffer no prejudice for failing to perform or comply or for delaying such performance or compliance during the continuance and to the extent of the inability so caused from and after the happening of the event of Force Majeure, provided that it gives to the other party prompt notice of such inability as soon as practicable and reasonably full particulars of the cause thereof. If notice is not promptly given, taking into account the effects of the event of Force Majeure, then the Frustrated Party shall only be relieved from performance or compliance from and after the giving of such notice. The Frustrated Party shall use reasonable commercial efforts to remedy the situation and remove, so far as possible with reasonable dispatch, the cause of its inability to perform or comply, provided, however, that settlement of strikes, lockouts and other industrial disputes shall be within the discretion of the Frustrated Party. The Frustrated Party shall give prompt notice of the cessation of Force Majeure. ARTICLE 15. GENERAL
Delay Caused by Force Majeure. Should an event of Force Majeure occur that has the effect of delaying the Commercial Start Date, then the Commercial Start Date shall be postponed or delayed to fully address the effects of such event.
Delay Caused by Force Majeure. The Commercial Start Date shall be postponed to the extent that an event of Force Majeure has the effect of delaying Commercial Operations Completion to a date that would otherwise be after the Commercial Start Date.
Delay Caused by Force Majeure. The Commercial Start Date shall be postponed to the extent that an event of Force Majeure has the effect of delaying that date to a later date; provided, however that in no event shall delays in achieving financing or initiating construction constitute an event of Force Majeure.
Delay Caused by Force Majeure. To the extent the delay or suspension on critical path activities is caused by Force Majeure, Consultant shall give the Trust written notice specifying the date of commencement of such delay or suspension within five (5) Days after the date on which Consultant first becomes aware of the event or act constituting the Force Majeure. The Schedule shall be extended from the Force Majeure Delay Date only to the extent that the Force Majeure impacts the Project’s critical path. No Force Majeure event shall give rise to a change in the Contract Price, and Consultant agrees to make no claims for additional compensation or damages for delay of any kind related to a Force Majeure Delay, regardless of cause.