Columbia Gas Transmission LLC
Third Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 03/03/2009, Docket: RP09-340-000, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 106 Original Sheet No. 106
SST RATE SCHEDULE
STORAGE SERVICE TRANSPORTATION
Service under this Rate Schedule is available from Columbia Gas Transmission, LLC (Transporter) to any
Shipper, provided that (i) Transporter has sufficient facilities and transportation capacity available to
receive gas from or on behalf of Shipper and deliver gas to or for Shipper, (ii) Transporter has awarded
capacity to Shipper under the provisions of Section 4 (Auctions of Available Firm Service) of the General
Terms and Conditions, through construction of facilities, or pursuant to Transporter's Order No. 636
restructuring proceeding in FERC Docket No. RS92-5-000, (iii) Shipper is a Shipper under Transporter's FSS
Rate Schedule and has executed SST and FSS Service Agreements with Transporter, and (iv) Shipper complies with
the provisions of this Rate Schedule and with all other applicable provisions of this Tariff.
2. APPLICABILITY AND CHARACTER OF SERVICE
(a) Service provided under this Rate Schedule shall be performed under Subpart B or G of Part 284
of the Commission's Regulations. Subject to the limitations set forth below, Transporter under this Rate
Schedule shall receive scheduled quantities from or on behalf of Shipper and shall deliver thermally
equivalent scheduled quantities, less Retainage, to or for Shipper. Subject to the limitations set forth at
Section 2(c) of this Rate Schedule, such service shall be provided on a firm basis within Shipper's
Transportation Demand. Shipper's Transportation Demand during each Day of the Months October through March,
shall not exceed the Maximum Daily Storage Quantity (MDSQ) set forth in its FSS Service Agreement. Shipper's
Transportation Demand during each Day of the Months April through September shall equal 50% of Shipper's
Transportation Demand during the Months October through March.
(b) Service provided under this Rate Schedule (i) shall have the priority specified in Section 7
(Capacity Allocation) of the General Terms and Conditions, (ii) shall be subject to interruption to the extent
provided in this Rate Schedule or in Section 16 (Interruptions of Service) of the General Terms and
Conditions, and (iii) shall be subject to operational flow orders to the extent provided in this Rate Schedule
or in Section 17 (Operational Flow Orders) of the General Terms and Conditions.
(c) Transporter shall not be obligated on any Day to deliver gas to Shipper in excess of the lesser
of (i) Shipper's Transportation Demand, or (ii) Shipper's Maximum Daily Withdrawal Quantity (MDWQ) set forth
in Shipper's FSS Service Agreement with Transporter, plus Retainage, if the primary receipt point is being
solely utilized. If a secondary receipt point is being utilized, Transporter shall not be obligated on any
Day to accept gas in excess of the lesser of (i) Shipper's Transportation Demand plus Retainage, or (ii)
Shipper's Scheduled Daily Receipt Quantity. Transporter shall also not be obligated on any day to deliver
more gas to Shipper than the lesser of (i) Shipper's Transportation Demand, (ii) Shipper's Scheduled Daily
Delivery Quantity, or (iii) the quantity of gas Transporter receives for Shipper less Retainage. Transporter,
at its option and without penalty, may deliver quantities in excess of the above limitations.
(d) Shipper shall not have flexible primary receipt point authority for service under this Rate
Schedule. The primary receipt point for gas to be transported under this Rate Schedule is limited to
Transporter's storage fields, and shall be specified in Shipper's SST Service Agreement as "FSS Storage."
Shipper shall have flexible secondary receipt point authority and flexible primary or secondary delivery point
authority for service under this Rate Schedule, as set forth at Section 11 (Flexible Primary and Secondary
Receipt and Delivery Points) of the General Terms and Conditions.