Guardian Pipeline, L.L.C.

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Effective Date: 06/01/2010, Docket: RP10-446-001, Status: Effective

Substitute Second Revised Sheet No. 81 Substitute Second Revised Sheet No. 81

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 81

 

RATE SCHEDULE PAL (Continued)

PARKING AND LENDING SERVICE

 

2.3 Parking service shall consist of the receipt of Natural Gas

by Transporter at the PAL Point, the holding of the parked

quantity for Shipper's account and Transporter's redelivery

of the parked quantity to Shipper at the PAL Point.

 

2.4 Lending service shall consist of the advancement of Natural

Gas by Transporter at the PAL Point for Shipper's account

and Shipper's redelivery of the loaned quantity to

Transporter at the PAL Point. Nominations to receive such

loaned quantity of Natural Gas shall be confirmed at

Transporter's sole discretion.

 

2.5 Shipper may be required, upon notification from

Transporter, to cease or reduce deliveries to or receipts

from its Parking service within the Day, or to receive from

Parking all, or any part, of its parked quantity under this

Rate Schedule PAL as rapidly as is consistent with

Transporter's operating capabilities. Any parked quantity

not removed in accordance with Transporter's notice within

five (5) days of Transporter giving Shipper such notice

shall become the property of Transporter at no cost to

Transporter, free and clear of any adverse claims;

provided, however, that Transporter shall extend the time

available for Shipper to remove any portion of its parked

quantity by one day for every day that Transporter has been

unable to schedule such parked quantity, on Transporter's

system, through no fault of Shipper. To the extent

operationally feasible, if it determines that it should

recall some but not all Parking service, Transporter shall

recall NPL service before recalling RPL Service.

 

2.6 Shipper may be required, upon notification from Transporter

to deliver all, or any part, of its loaned quantity as

rapidly as is consistent with Transporter's operating

capabilities. Any quantity of Natural Gas not delivered to

Transporter in accordance with Transporter's notice within

three (3) days of Transporter giving Shipper such notice

shall be subject to an OFO and the Tier 1 OFO penalty in

accordance with Section 18 of Transporter's GT&C; provided,

however, Transporter shall extend the time available for

Shipper to deliver any portion of its loaned quantity by

one day for every day that Transporter has been unable to

schedule such loaned quantity on Transporter's system,

through no fault of Shipper. To the extent operationally

feasible, if it determines that it should recall some but

not all Lending service, Transporter shall recall NPL

service before recalling RPL Service.