Equitrans, L. P.

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/19/1998, Docket: RP97-346-023, Status: Effective

Substitute Original Sheet No. 220 Substitute Original Sheet No. 220 : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Continued)

 

Section 6 and Equitrans accepts Customer's request for service,

Equitrans will tender a Service Agreement to the Customer. If

the applicant fails to execute and return the Service

Agreement within 30 days, Equitrans may consider the request for

service invalid and the Service Agreement shall be void, and

Equitrans shall return the earnest money deposit given in

accordance with Section 6.1 of the General Terms and Conditions.

For interruptible transportation and storage service, the date

of the execution of the Service Agreement will determine

priority in Equitrans' interruptible queue.

 

6.8 Contact Person. At the time that the Customer returns its

Service Agreement it shall designate the names, E-mail addresses

and telephone numbers of one or more contact persons who shall be

available 24 hours per day 365 days per year.

 

6.9 Queue Priority for Interruptible Service. Equitrans will

maintain separate queues of executed Service Agreements for

interruptible transportation, interruptible storage service and

lending and parking service. For interruptible transportation

service, the queue of existing interruptible Service Agreements which

is in effect on the effective date of this Section will remain in

effect with existing request dates and specified receipt and delivery

points undisturbed. New Service Agreements for interruptible

transportation service will be placed in the queue for

transportation service and be assigned a queuing date as of the

date the Agreements are executed. Service Agreements for

interruptible storage service and lending and parking service will

be placed in the queue and assigned a queuing date as of the date the

Agreements are executed beginning with the queue initiation date of

December 1, 1992. The allocation of interruptible capacity shall be

subject to the negotiated rates in effect between Equitrans and any

interruptible Customer in accordance with Section 30.3 of the General

Terms and Conditions. Requests for quantities of interruptible

service shall be fulfilled commencing with service to be charged at

Equitrans' applicable Recourse Rate then in effect under this Tariff

in sequence starting with the earliest executed Service Agreement for

such service; next in order shall be service charged at a rate that is

less than Equitrans' applicable Recourse Rate, in sequence from

the highest rate to the lowest rate. At each rate level which is