Texas Gas Transmission, LLC

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 09/15/2008, Docket: RP08-392-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 901 Original Sheet No. 901 RATE SCHEDULE ISS (cont'd) otherwise ensure system operational integrity. To the extent that Texas Gas cannot fulfill these firm obligations due to ISS service activity, Customer may be required to withdraw all, or any part, of its Stored Volume under this ISS Rate Schedule within 30 Days following notification from Texas Gas. Any Stored Volume not withdrawn within 30 Days of Texas Gas giving Shipper notice shall become the property of Texas Gas at no cost to Texas Gas, free and clear of any adverse claims. Maximum Daily Withdrawal Quantities and Maximum Daily Injection Quantities shall be defined in the ISS Service Agreement but shall not exceed 1/100th of the Maximum Seasonal Quantity and 1/200th of Maximum Seasonal Quantity, respectively. In the event that Customer is required to withdraw its remaining seasonal quantity in the aforementioned 30-day period, Texas Gas will waive the MDWQ & MDIQ limitations to the extent necessary to accommodate said withdrawals or injections within the 30-day period. Maximum Daily Withdrawal Quantities will be subject to the following ratchets: Remaining Gas in Storage as a Percentage of Maximum Seasonal Quantity (MSQ) Maximum Daily Withdrawal Quantity 100% to 20% 100% of MDWQ <20% to 0% 80% of MDWQ3. Rates and Charges The applicable rates per MMBtu under this Rate Schedule for interruptible storage service are set forth on currently effective Sheet No. 33 of this tariff and these rates are incorporated herein by reference. The amounts which shall be paid by Customer to Pipeline for each Month during the period of service hereunder shall include the sum of the amounts due under the subsections of this Section 3 and charges under Section 4 that are applicable to Customer for such Month. 3.1 Storage Rates: (a) Monthly Inventory Charge Customer shall pay a Monthly Inventory Charge which shall be the product of the applicable inventory charge per MMBtu as set forth on the effective Tariff Sheet No. 33 and the average daily ISS Stored Volume for the Month. (b) Injection Charge Customer shall pay an Injection Charge which shall be the product of the Quantity of Gas actually injected into Storage by Texas Gas during the Month times the applicable injection charge per MMBtu as set forth on the effective Tariff Sheet No. 33.