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Effective Date: 09/04/2008, Docket: CP07-44-005, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 300 Original Sheet No. 300

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(CONTINUED)

 

25. CAPACITY RELEASE PROVISIONS (continued)

 

25.1 Procedure. (continued)

 

(e) Recall / Reput Rights. (continued)

 

If, on the Day of a partial day recall, the quantity

of Gas delivered to the Replacement Shipper is in

excess of the MDQ remaining on the replacement

contract after the partial day recall and/or the

quantity of Gas delivered to the Releasing Shipper

that recalled the capacity is in excess of the MDQ

recalled by the Releasing Shipper, then the Shipper(s)

to whom such excess Gas is delivered will be charged

the applicable Usage-2 Rate pursuant to Section 3.2(b)

of Rate Schedule FTS on such excess quantities of Gas

in addition to all other applicable charges.

 

(2) Partial Day Recall Quantity.

 

The daily contractual entitlement that can be recalled

by a Releasing Shipper for a partial day recall is a

quantity equal to the lesser of:

(i) The quantity specified in the Releasing

Shipper's notice to recall capacity; or

(ii) The difference between the quantity released by

the Releasing Shipper and the Elapsed Prorata

Capacity.

 

In the recall notification provided to Transporter by

the Releasing Shipper, the quantity to be recalled

shall be expressed in terms of the adjusted total

released capacity entitlements based upon the Elapsed

Prorata Capacity. In the event of an intra-day

capacity recall, Transporter shall determine the

allocation of capacity between the Releasing Shipper

and the Replacement Shipper(s) based upon the Elapsed

Prorata Capacity only in the case of (ii) above.