ANR Pipeline Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/2006, Docket: RP06-613-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 192A Second Revised Sheet No. 192A : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 192A

 

General Terms and Conditions

(Continued)

 

 

c. Level of Reduction. Shipper may reduce its aggregate Contract Quantities under all

its Service Agreements by an amount up to the firm daily contract quantity that was

used to serve the lost load; provided, however, that (1) if the lost load is served

by other natural gas pipelines in addition to Transporter, Shipper may only reduce

its Contract Quantities on Transporter by an amount that is pro rata on the basis

of the respective levels of firm Transportation Service used to serve the lost load

that Shipper holds on Transporter and such other natural gas pipelines and (2) if

more than one Service Agreement on Transporter serves such load, any reduction

shall be applied first to the Contract Quantities under the Service Agreement with

the shortest remaining contract term, unless otherwise agreed.

 

d. Storage and Related Transportation. If Shipper has storage and related

transportation contract(s) that contain contract reduction options under this

Section 35.1, Contract Quantities under the storage and related firm transportation

services shall be proportionally reduced so that storage service quantities,

including storage capacity and deliverability quantities, and related

transportation service quantities remain proportionately the same.

 

e. Effective Date. Reductions under this section shall take effect on the first

calendar day of the month following the later of (i) ninety (90) days after the

date of Shipper's notice; and (ii) the effective date of the lost load.

 

35.2 Plant Outage

 

a. Eligibility. If (1) Shipper is an industrial customer of Transporter; (2) no

facilities were constructed or installed by Transporter to provide service under

Shipper's Service Agreement, the costs of which have not been reimbursed; and (3)

Shipper's Service Agreement has an initial term of three (3) years or more, Shipper

may include in such Service Agreement an option to reduce its Contract Quantities

in the event that its plant will be closed, sold to a non-affiliated third party or

the plant has experienced a permanent major production scale-down in the plant's

output.

 

b. Notice and Certification. In order to qualify for a reduction in its Contract

Quantities under this Section 35.2, Shipper must give Transporter written notice no

more than thirty (30) days following a public announcement that its plant will be

closed, sold or scaled-down, or if no public announcement has been made with

respect to a scale-down, no more than thirty (30) days after a final decision has

been made to scale-down a plant. The notice shall state the Contract Quantity

reduction sought and the date that Shipper anticipates that the plant will be

closed, sold or scaled down. At the time of such notice, Shipper must certify and

provide supporting data that:

 

(i) The plant was actually served by the Shipper with gas transported by

Transporter as of the date that Shipper's Service Agreement with Transporter

became effective.

 

(ii) The plant closing, sale or permanent major production scale down has been

publicly announced, or a final decision has been made that a permanent major

production scale down will occur.

 

(iii) The delivery point at which Transporter made deliveries to the plant was

listed as a Primary Delivery Point on Shipper's Service Agreement.