Petal Gas Storage, L. L. C.
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 01/09/2010, Docket: RP10-229-000, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 17 Original Sheet No. 17
FSS-1 RATE SCHEDULE
FIRM STORAGE SERVICE (Continued)
3. OVERRUN STORAGE SERVICE
(a) Customer may request Petal to inject quantities greater than Customer's
TMDIQ. If Petal has injection capacity available, Petal shall inject
such quantities and Customer shall pay Petal for such injections at the
Overrun Injection Rate under this rate schedule.
(b) Customer may request Petal to withdraw quantities greater than Customer's
TMDWQ. If Petal has withdrawal capacity available, Petal shall withdraw
such quantities and Customer shall pay Petal for such withdrawals at the
Overrun Withdrawal Rate under this rate schedule.
(c) Customer may not inject gas into storage pursuant to this rate schedule
if the quantity of Customer's gas in storage equals Customer's firm
(d) Customer may not withdraw gas from storage in excess of the quantity of
Customer's gas which is stored.
(e) Petal shall have the right to interrupt all or part of the overrun
quantity nominated as the operation of its storage facilities may
require pursuant to Section 4 of the General Terms and Conditions of
this tariff in which event Petal shall notify Customer.
4. CAPACITY RELEASE
4.1 Right of Customers to Release Capacity. An FSS-1 Customer may release
its right to capacity, in whole or in part, on a long or short term
basis, and on a firm basis pursuant to Rate Schedule FSS-1 or on a
recallable basis, and subject to any agreed-to FSS-1 injection or
withdrawal priorities. However, an FSS-1 Customer may not release its
right to capacity, and a Replacement Customer may not re-release such
capacity, for a period extending beyond the term of the original FSS-1
Customer's FSS-1 Agreement. A Replacement Customer with firm capacity
may re-release firm capacity on the same basis, and under the same terms,
as apply to the original FSS-1 Customer. There is no limit on the number
of times the same firm capacity may be released.