Dominion Transmission, Inc.

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 10/25/2009, Docket: RP09-1070-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 2025 First Revised Sheet No. 2025

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 2025

 

FORM OF SERVICE AGREEMENT

APPLICABLE TO THE STORAGE OF NATURAL GAS

UNDER RATE SCHEDULE GSS-E

 

 

AGREEMENT made as of this ______________________________________, by and between

Dominion Transmission, Inc., a Delaware corporation, hereinafter called "Pipeline," and

_________________________________________, a ____________________ corporation, hereinafter

called "Customer."

 

[WHEREAS, ______________________________________]

 

WITNESSETH: That in consideration of the mutual covenants herein contained, the parties

hereto agree that Pipeline will store natural gas for Customer during the term, at the rates and

on the terms and conditions hereinafter provided and, with respect to gas delivered by each of the

parties to the other, under and subject to Pipeline's Rate Schedule GSS-E and all of the General

Terms and Conditions contained in Pipeline's FERC Gas Tariff and any revisions thereof that may be

made effective hereafter:

 

ARTICLE I

Quantities

 

Beginning as of ____________________ and thereafter for the remaining term of this

Agreement, Customer agrees to deliver to Pipeline and Pipeline agrees to receive for storage in

Pipeline's underground storage properties, and Pipeline agrees to inject or cause to be injected

into storage for Customer's account, store, withdraw from storage, and deliver to

Customer and Customer agrees to receive, quantities of natural gas as set forth on Exhibit A,

attached hereto.

 

ARTICLE II

Rate

 

A. For storage service rendered by Pipeline to Customer hereunder, Customer shall pay

Pipeline the maximum rates and charges provided under Rate Schedule GSS-E contained in Pipeline's

effective FERC Gas Tariff or any effective superseding rate schedule.

 

B. Pipeline shall have the right to propose, file and make effective with the FERC or

any other body having jurisdiction, revisions to any applicable rate schedule, or to propose,

file, and make effective superseding rate schedules for the purpose of changing the rate, charges,

and other provisions thereof effective as to Customer; provided, however, that (i)