Iroquois Gas Transmission System, L.P.

FIRST REVISED VOLUME NO. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/2009, Docket: RP09-805-000, Status: Effective

FOURTH REVISED SHEET NO. 142 FOURTH REVISED SHEET NO. 142

Superseding: THIRD REVISED SHEET NO. 142

 

WHEREAS, Transporter has received and accepted all necessary

regulatory and governmental approvals to construct and operate

Transporter's System and to transport such gas on behalf of

Shipper; and

 

WHEREAS, Transporter and Shipper now desire to establish the

terms and conditions under which Transporter will render firm,

reserved transportation services to Shipper by entering into this

Gas Transportation Contract for Firm Reserved Transportation

Service;

 

NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants and

agreements herein assumed, Transporter and Shipper agree as

follows:

 

ARTICLE I - SCOPE OF CONTRACT

 

1. On the Commencement Date and each day thereafter on

which Shipper and Transporter schedule gas for transportation

hereunder, Shipper shall cause the Scheduled Input Quantity to be

delivered to Transporter at the Receipt Point(s).

 

2. On the Commencement Date and each day thereafter,

Transporter shall make the Scheduled Equivalent Quantity

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

on a firm basis.

 

3. Shipper shall be solely responsible for securing

faithful performance by the suppliers of natural gas under

Shipper's Contracts and/or any applicable upstream or downstream

shippers in all matters which may affect Transporter’s

performance hereunder, and Transporter shall not be liable

hereunder to Shipper as a result of the failure of said gas

supplier(s) and/or any applicable upstream or downstream shippers

to so perform.

 

ARTICLE II - RESERVATION OF FIRM TRANSPORTATION CAPACITY

 

1. Shipper hereby reserves the right to cause Transporter

to receive on a primary basis from or for the account of Shipper

at each Receipt Point on any day such quantities of natural gas

up to the Maximum Input Quantity for such Receipt Point