ANR Pipeline Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 02/16/2009, Docket: RP09-222-000, Status: Effective

Sixth Revised Sheet No. 189 Sixth Revised Sheet No. 189

Superseding: Fifth Revised Sheet No. 189

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

30.4 Rate Treatment. Transporter shall have the right to seek in

future general rate proceedings discount-type adjustments in

the design of its rates related to Negotiated Rate

Agreements that were converted from pre-existing discount

Agreements to Negotiated Rate Agreements, provided that the

type of pre-existing service is not altered as a result of

conversion to a Negotiated Rate. In those situations,

Transporter may seek a discount-type adjustment based upon

the greater of: (a) the Negotiated Rate revenues received or

(b) the discounted tariff rate revenues which otherwise

would have been received.

 

30.5 Limitations. This Section 30 does not authorize Transporter

to negotiate terms and conditions of service.

 

30.6 Capacity Release. Negotiated Rates do not apply as the

price cap for capacity release transactions. However, if

the release is for a term of one (1) year or less and if the

release is to take effect on or before one (1) year from the

date on which the Transporter is notified of the release,

the rate at which capacity subject to a Negotiated Rate may

be released shall not be capped at the maximum applicable

tariff rate. Further, capacity release bids must conform to

Transporter's applicable tariff rates, as further described

in Section 21.1(g), (h) and (i) of these General Terms and

Conditions.

 

30.7 Right of First Refusal. For purposes of exercising rights

to continue service pursuant to Section 22 of these General

Terms and Conditions, the highest rate that a Shipper must

match if it desires to retain all or a portion of its

capacity, is the applicable maximum tariff rate, including

surcharges, for such service.

 

30.8 Accounting Treatment. Transporter shall maintain separate

records for all revenues associated with Negotiated Rate

transactions. Transactions related to Negotiated Rate

Agreements which originated as a pre-existing discounted

service and were subsequently converted will be recorded

separately from those originating as Negotiated Rate

Agreements. Transporter shall record each volume

transported, billing determinant, rate component, surcharge,

and the revenue associated with its Negotiated Rates so that

this information can be filed, separately identified, and

separately totaled, as part of and in the format of

Statements G, I, and J in Transporter's next general rate

change application.