Columbia Gas Transmission LLC
Third Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 02/08/2010, Docket: RP10-298-000, Status: Effective
Second Revised Sheet No. 531 Second Revised Sheet No. 531
Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 531
TRANSACTION CONFIRMATION SHEET NO. ________
APPENDIX A TO MASTER AUTO PAL AGREEMENT NO. ________
COMPANY: Columbia Gas Transmission, LLC
COMPANY'S ADDRESS: 5151 San Felipe, Suite 2500, Houston, Texas 77056, Attention: Director, Commercial Services
TERM COMMENCEMENT DATE: _____________________________________
TERM ENDING DATE: _________________________________________
POINT OF SERVICE (Choose One):
Aggregation Point [ ] Identify AS Point here: ____________________
IPP Point [ ] Identify IPP Point here: ____________________
Seg. Pool [ ] Identify Seg. Pool here: _____________________
Each gas day, any difference between scheduled quantities to and from Shipper's point of service identified
above shall be deemed by Transporter to be an auto park or auto loan under this Appendix A (i.e., an auto park
for any positive difference, an auto loan for any negative difference). If Shipper chooses an AS or IPP Point
as its point of service, above, Transporter shall account for any applicable ratchet provisions (identified in
AS Rate Schedule Section 4(b)(ii) and IPP Rate Schedule 3(b)(ii)) in its calculation of auto park and auto loan
quantities, and only scheduled quantity differences outside of the ratchet percentages shall be deemed auto
parks or auto loans.
The maximum Account Balance Charge set forth in the Tariff from time to time shall apply to all service provided
under this Master Auto PAL Agreement; provided, Transporter from time to time may grant a discount of the
Account Balance Charge to Auto PAL Shippers, consistent with Section 3 of the Master Auto PAL Agreement, at a
particular Point of Service, by posting such discount details on its Electronic Bulletin Board at least two
business days in advance of the discount's effective date.
The Account Balance Charge shall be assessed daily on Shipper's Auto PAL Account Balance. No Account Balance
Charge shall be assessed on any day Shipper's Account Balance is zero.
For the first two calendar months immediately following the effective date of the Auto PAL service feature on
Transporter's system, a 1,000 Dth "safe harbor limit" shall apply to Auto PAL Account Balances. Specifically, a
Shipper with an effective Master Auto PAL Agreement shall be entitled to maintain an Auto PAL Account Balance of
up to 1,000 Dth for no charge during this two-month "safe harbor limit" period. If a Shipper exceeds a 1,000
Dth Auto PAL Account Balance at any time during this two-month period, Shipper shall pay the Auto PAL Account
Balance Charge on that portion of Shipper's Auto PAL Account Balance in excess of 1,000 Dth.
In no event is Transporter obligated to provide service under this Master Auto PAL Agreement and the Appendix A
for amounts greater than the Maximum Cumulative Park/Loan Quantity identified in the Agreement, or for time
periods outside the Term Commencement and Ending Dates.