Nautilus Pipeline Company, LLC

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Effective Date: 04/05/2010, Docket: RP10-475-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 33 First Revised Sheet No. 33

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 33

 

RATE SCHEDULE FT-2

FIRM TRANSPORTATION SERVICE

 

 

11. REDUCTIONS IN CAPACITY con't

 

Shipper's FT-2 Service Agreement, Shipper shall be entitled to FT-

1 service for the incremental MDTQs that Shipper requests pursuant

to Section 3.6 of this Rate Schedule. If Shipper executes an FT-1

Service Agreement to supplement the FT-2 MDTQs prescribed by the

engineering firm and, during the first Contract Quarter of service

under its Rate Schedule FT-1 Service Agreement, Shipper's total

throughput exceeds its FT-2 MDTQ, then Transporter shall have the

option to increase Shipper's MDTQ under its FT-2 Service Agreement

by the amount of such incremental MDTQs and, if Transporter fails

to provide such increase in Shipper's Rate Schedule FT-2 MDTQs

within sixty (60) Days of the end of such Contract Quarter,

Shipper shall have the right to release such incremental MDTQs

from its Commitment under its Rate Schedule FT-2 Service

Agreement.

 

11.2 If, over any Contract Year, Shipper fails, for any reason other

than force majeure, to satisfy its Throughput Commitment under

Section 5.1 of this Rate Schedule, then, at the conclusion of such

Contract Year, Transporter shall have the right but not the

obligation, upon providing notice to Shipper in accordance with

Section 9 of the GT&C of Transporter's Tariff, to require Shipper

to elect either to (1) reduce its MDTQs for the remaining term of

its Rate Schedule FT-2 Service Agreement or (2) pay to Transporter

the conditional reservation charge set forth in Section 8.2(e) of

this Rate Schedule. Within thirty (30) Days of receipt of

Transporter's notice to Shipper requiring an election to be made,

Shipper shall notify Transporter, in accordance with Section 9 of

the GT&C of Transporter's Tariff, of its election either to reduce

permanently its MDTQs or pay the