Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company

FIFTH REVISED VOLUME NO. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/1995, Docket: RP95-112-009, Status: Effective

Second Sub First Revised Sheet No. 107 Second Sub First Revised Sheet No. 107 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 107

 

RATE SCHEDULE IS

INTERRUPTIBLE STORAGE SERVICE (continued)

 

 

7.2 In the event that Transporter has insufficient capability to receive and

inject into storage at a given IS Service Point all quantities of IS gas

requested by Shippers to be injected into storage on any day, then

Transporter will schedule injections at that point among such Shippers

based first on the Storage Charge payable, such that Shippers who pay

higher rates are curtailed after those who pay lower rates; and in the

event more than one Shipper is paying a given Storage Charge, then service

interruption will be allocated pro rata based on each Shipper's share of

scheduled nominations for that Service Point at the time of curtailment;

provided, however, that the injection quantity must equal the quantity

scheduled for delivery to that IS Service Point.

 

7.3 In the event that Transporter has insufficient capability to withdraw from

storage all quantities of IS gas requested by Shippers to be withdrawn

from storage at a given IS Service Point on any given day, then

Transporter will schedule withdrawals at that point among such Shippers

based first on the Storage Charge payable, such that Shippers who pay

higher rates are curtailed after those who pay lower rates; and, in the

event more than one Shipper is paying a given Storage Charge, then service

interruption will be allocated pro rata among affected Shippers based on

scheduled withdrawal nominations at the time of curtailment; provided,

however, that a Shipper's withdrawal quantity must equal the IS quantity

scheduled for receipt from that IS Service Point.

 

7.4 To the extent that interruption of this storage service is required to

satisfy Transporter's firm storage obligations, to accommodate firm

obligations under its firm rate schedules, or to meet operational

requirements, Transporter will allocate the necessary interruption of IS

storage service based first on the Storage Rate payable, such that

Shippers who pay higher rates are curtailed after those who pay lower

rates. If there is more than one Shipper with the same Storage Rate

payable, any service interruption will be allocated pro rata among

affected Shippers based on the ratio a Shipper's storage inventory at the

time of curtailment bears to the total of all affected Shippers' storage

inventories. This assessment will be based on Transporter's best

available information at the time of curtailment.

 

8. RATES AND CHARGES

 

8.1 The applicable maximum per Dth rates are those set forth in the Summary of

Rates and Charges applicable to the IS Service Points. The charges cover

only interruptible storage service. Shipper shall pay the following

charges: