Wyckoff Gas Storage Company, LLC

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Effective Date: 12/31/9999, Docket: RP09- 444-000, Status: Accepted

Original Sheet No. 10 Original Sheet No. 10

 

4. LOAD FOLLOWING AND IMBALANCE SERVICE

 

As a service option under this Rate Schedule, Transporter will

provide storage-based load following and hourly/daily balancing

services, on a non-discriminatory basis, that are designed to match the

dispatch profiles of gas-fired electric generation (“GFEG”) facilities

and other highly- variable sources of natural gas demand. Hourly

nomination and “no-notice” services are available depending on the

nomination and dispatch procedures of interconnecting pipelines.

Customers contracting for load-following and balancing services will be

required to maintain zero (-0-) daily inventory balances or face

imbalance charges for both under- and over-deliveries. Service

parameters are negotiable and will be designed based upon the

particular load profile characteristics of the GFEG facility or other

source of variable demand for which Customer desires such services.

 

5. RATE

 

(a) The charges to be paid by Shipper, as set forth in

paragraph (b) below, shall be mutually agreed to by Transporter.

 

(b) For all storage service rendered under this Rate Schedule,

Shipper shall pay Transporter each Month service is offered the charges

as set forth below or other mutually agreed upon charges.

 

1. Injection Charge. A charge, as set forth in Exhibit A

of the Service Agreement, for each Dth of Gas injected by Transporter

for Shipper’s account during a given Month.

 

2. Withdrawal Charge. A charge, as set forth in Exhibit

A of the Service Agreement, for each Dth of Gas withdrawn by

Transporter for Shipper’s account during a given Month.

 

3. Capacity Charge. A charge, as set forth in Exhibit A

of the Service Agreement, multiplied by the absolute value(s) of

Shipper’s Storage Balance(s) on each Day of the Month, as the case may

be.

 

4. Fuel Retention. The amount of Shipper’s Gas tendered

for injection which is retained by Transporter as reimbursement for

compressor fuel used in the provision of service provided in

conjunction with the Agreement as set forth in Exhibit A of the Service

Agreement.

 

5. Overrun Service Charge. A charge, as set forth in

Exhibit A of the Service Agreement, for each Dth of Gas withdrawn in

excess of Shipper’s MDWQ/MHWQ or injected in excess of Shipper’s

MDIQ/MHIQ on each Day of a given Month.

 

(c) The charges and surcharges described in this Rate Schedule

are subject to adjustment in accordance with the procedures set forth

in the General Terms and Conditions.

 

(d) Transporter shall be responsible for any loss, cost, or

expense arising from any loss of Shipper’s Gas in Transporter’s storage

that results from intentional or grossly negligent acts or omissions of

Transporter. Shipper shall be responsible for obtaining its own

insurance for