Eastern Shore Natural Gas Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 03/01/2009, Docket: RP09-337-001, Status: Effective

Sub 2nd Revised Sheet No. 193E Sub 2nd Revised Sheet No. 193E

Superseding: Sub First Revised Sheet No. 193E

 

EASTERN SHORE NATURAL GAS COMPANY

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

29. Capacity Release (Continued)

 

(g) Awarded Bids (Continued)

 

(4) The rate charged for the capacity.

 

(5) All conditions of release objectively stated

including, but not limited to, any recall or reput

conditions.

 

(6) The applicable Rate Schedule, specific quantity

of capacity released, the Point of Receipt, and the

Delivery Point Area.

 

(h) Capacity Releases Not Subject to Prior Notice or Competitive

Bidding

 

(1) For Prearranged Releases (i) of thirty-one (31) days

or less at any mutually agreed upon rate, (ii)

of greater than one (1) year at maximum tariff

rates, (iii) to an asset manager as defined in Section

29(h)(3), or (iv) to a marketer participating in a

state-regulated retail access program as defined in

Section 29(h)(4), a Firm Shipper releasing capacity to

a qualified Replacement Shipper need not comply with the

notification and bidding requiremens of Section 29(i).

Notice of a firm release under this paragraph must be

provided on TSP?s IWS as soon as possible, but not later

than the first nomination, after the release transaction

commences.

 

(2) When a release of capacity for thirty-one (31) Days

or less is exempt from bidding requirements under

Section 29(h)(1), a Firm Shipper may not roll-over,

extend, or in any way continue the release to the same

Replacement Shipper using the 31 days or less bidding

exemption until 28 days after the first release period

has ended. The 28-day hiatus does not apply to any re-

release to the same Replacement Shipper that is posted

for bidding or that qualifies for any of the other

exemptions from bidding in Section 29(h)(1).