Force Majeure Event. After giving effect to any applicable provision, disruption fallback or remedy specified in, or pursuant to, the relevant Confirmation or elsewhere in this Agreement, by reason of force majeure or act of state occurring after a Transaction is entered into, on any day:—
Force Majeure Event. Any of the following events which is beyond the control of the Party claiming to be affected thereby (“Affected Party”) despite exercise of due care and diligence, and prevents the Affected Party from performing or discharging its obligations under this Agreement, shall constitute Force Majeure Event:
Force Majeure Event. Each party is excused from performance under Section B of this Supplemental Agreement and shall not be liable for any delay in performance or non-performance, in whole or in part, caused by the occurrence of any event or contingency beyond the control of the parties including, but not limited to, work stoppages, fires, civil disobedience, riots, rebellions, natural disasters, acts of God, acts of war or terrorism, actions or decrees of governmental bodies, and similar occurrences. The party who has been so affected shall promptly give written notice to the other party and shall use its best efforts to resume performance. Upon receipt of such notice, all obligations under this Section B of this Supplemental Agreement shall be immediately suspended for the duration of such Force Majeure Event.
Force Majeure Event. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in the Agreement, Section 5(b)(ii) of the Agreement shall not apply and, for the avoidance of doubt, a Force Majeure Event shall not constitute a Termination Event with respect to Counterparty or Dealer.
Force Majeure Event. If and to the extent that a party's performance of any of its obligations pursuant to an engagement Schedule is prevented, hindered or delayed directly or indirectly by the other party or its agents (except to the extent such party or agents are acting in accordance with the other party's specific instructions), or fire, flood, earthquake, elements of nature or acts of God, acts of war, terrorism, riots, civil disorders, rebellions, revolutions, strikes or any other causes of a similar nature beyond the reasonable control of such party (each, a "Force Majeure Event"), and such non-performance hinderances or delay could not have been prevented by the taking of all reasonable precautions by the non-performing, hindered or delayed party, then the non-performing, hindered or delayed party will be excused for such nonperformance, hindrance or delay, as applicable of those obligations affected by the Force Majeure Event for as long as such Force Majeure Event continues and such party continues to use efforts consistent with industry standards and practices to recommence performance whenever and to whatever extent possible without delay, including through the use of alternate sources, workaround plans or other means. The party whose performance is prevented, hindered or delayed by a Force Majeure Event will immediately notify the other party of the occurrence of the Force Majeure Event, describing in reasonable detail the nature of the Force Majeure Event. The occurrence of a Force Majeure Event shall not excuse, limit or otherwise affect Vendor's obligation to provide normal recovery procedures or any other disaster recovery services described in an applicable Engagement Schedule.
Force Majeure Event. For purposes of this Agreement, a Force Majeure Event shall mean any non- economic cause beyond the reasonable control of the Party affected and shall include, but not be limited to, Acts of God, floods, earthquakes, storms, droughts, fires, pestilence, destructive lightning, hurricanes, washouts, landslides and other natural catastrophes; strikes, lockouts, labor or material shortage, or other industrial disturbances; acts of the public enemies, epidemics, riots, civil disturbances or disobedience, sabotage, wars or blockades; the failure of facilities not owned by Supplier including the electric transmission grid or LDC distribution system , governmental actions such as necessity to comply with any court order, law, statute, ordinance or regulation promulgated by a governmental authority; or any other reasonably unplanned or non-scheduled occurrence, condition, situation or threat not covered above, which renders either Party unable to perform its obligations hereunder, provided such event is beyond the reasonable control of the Party claiming such inability. A change in economic electric power market conditions shall not constitute a Force Majeure Event. Failure or interruptions, including without limitation interruptions ordered by a Governing Authority, including but not limited to the applicable transmission authority, on the systems of generation, transmission or distribution relied upon for supplying energy under this Agreement shall constitute a Force Majeure Event provided that Supplier has arranged for service on these systems at a level of firmness as required to provide the Electric Generation Service agreed upon herein.
Force Majeure Event. A force Majeure event shall mean a cause or event beyond the reasonable control of, and without the fault or negligence of a Party claiming Force Majeure, including, without limitation, an emergency, floods, earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, adverse weather conditions not reasonably anticipated or acts of God; sabotage; vandalism beyond that which could reasonably be prevented by a Party claiming Force Majeure; terrorism; war; riots; fire; explosion; blockades; insurrection; strike; slow down or labor disruptions (even if such difficulties could be resolved by conceding to the demands of a labor group); economic hardship or delay in the delivery of materials or equipment that is beyond the control of a Party claiming Force Majeure, and action or failure to take action by any Governmental Authority after the Effective Date (including the adoption or change in any rule or regulation or environmental constraints lawfully imposed by such Governmental Authority), but only if such requirements, actions, or failures to act prevent or delay performance; and inability, despite due diligence, to obtain any licenses, permits, or approvals required by any Governmental Authority (any such event, a “Force Majeure Event”).