Iroquois Gas Transmission System, L.P.

FIRST REVISED VOLUME NO. 1

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Effective Date: 10/01/2008, Docket: RP07-443-004, Status: Effective

FIFTH REVISED SHEET NO. 68 FIFTH REVISED SHEET NO. 68

Superseding: SUBSTITUTE FOURTH REVISED SHEET NO. 68

 

7.7 Parking and Loan Points. Subject to the

availability of capacity, Shippers receiving park and loan

services under Rate Schedule PAL may nominate any Receipt

or Delivery Point on Transporter’s system as a Parking

Point or Loan Point. Subject to the availability of

capacity, Shippers receiving loan services under Rate

Schedule HUB may only nominate the Waddington

Receipt/Delivery Point on Transporter’s system as a Loan

Point.

 

8. UNIFORM PRESSURE AND QUANTITY

 

8.1 Delivery Pressure To Receipt Point or Parking

Point. The delivery pressure of natural gas delivered to a

Receipt Point or Parking Point shall not be less than the

minimum pressure set forth for the Receipt Point or Parking

Point on the effective Schedule 1 appended to the Gas

Transportation Contract or Park and Loan Service Contract

between Transporter and Shipper.

 

8.2 Delivery Pressure To Delivery Point or Loan

Point. The delivery pressure of natural gas made available

by Transporter to or on behalf of Shipper at a Delivery

Point or Loan Point shall not be less than the minimum

pressure set forth for each Delivery Point or Loan Point on

the effective Schedule 2 appended to the Gas Transportation

Contract, Hub Service Contract or Park and Loan Service

Contract between Transporter and Shipper, nor shall

Transporter be obligated to make deliveries at pressures

greater than those set forth in Schedule 2.

 

8.3 Uniform Quantities. Shipper shall deliver and

receive gas in uniform daily quantities during any month

and in uniform hourly quantities during any day as nearly

as possible at uniform hourly rates, provided, however,

that Transporter shall permit Shippers to take delivery of

gas at 120 percent of the uniform hourly quantity for up to

three (3) consecutive hours twice in any twenty four (24)

hour period; provided, however, that the second three (3)

hour period shall not begin less than eight (8) hours after

the end of the first three (3) hour period. Any other

departure from uniform hourly quantities shall be allowed

on a best efforts basis only.

 

9. QUALITY

 

9.1 Freedom from Objectionable Matter. The natural gas

to be delivered to Transporter at the Receipt Point(s) and

made available to or on behalf of Shipper at the Delivery Point(s)