Northwest Pipeline Corporation G P
Fourth Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 02/20/2009, Docket: RP09-227-000, Status: Effective
First Revised Sheet No. 103 First Revised Sheet No. 103
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 103
RATE SCHEDULE TF-2
Firm Redelivery Transportation (Continued)
3. MONTHLY RATE(S) (Continued)
for the excess gas transported on any such day an amount obtained by
multiplying (i) the quantity of Dth in excess of Transportation
Contract Demand by (ii) the Maximum Currently Effective Scheduled Daily
Overrun Transportation rate per Dth as set forth on Sheet No. 5 of this
Tariff, unless otherwise agreed to by Shipper and Transporter.
Any Shipper receiving daily overrun transportation service shall
also be responsible for the fuel reimbursement provided for in Section
13 of this Rate Schedule.
3.7 Negotiated Rates: Notwithstanding the general provisions of this
Section 3, if Transporter and Shipper mutually agree to Negotiated
Rates for service hereunder, such Negotiated Rates will apply in lieu
of the otherwise applicable rates identified in Sections 3.1, 3.2 and
3.3 of this Rate Schedule.
3.8 Charges for Capacity Release Service: The rates for capacity
release service are set forth in Sheet No. 5. See Section 22 of the
General Terms and Conditions for information about rates for capacity
release service, including information about acceptable bids. In the
event of a base tariff maximum and/or minimum rate change, wherein the
Replacement Shipper has not agreed to pay the maximum base tariff rate
or a percentage of the maximum base tariff rate (as it may change from
time-to-time), the Replacement Shipper will be obligated to pay:
(a) for capacity release transactions that are subject to the
maximum base tariff rate pursuant to FERC regulations: the lesser
of the awarded bid rate and the new maximum base tariff rate
unless the awarded bid rate is less than the new minimum rate, in
which case the new minimum rate will apply for the remaining term
of the release.
(b) for capacity release transactions that are not subject to the
maximum base tariff rate pursuant to FERC regulations: the greater
of the minimum base tariff rate and the awarded bid rate for the
remaining term of the release.