Texas Gas Transmission, LLC

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/01/2009, Docket: RP09-405-000, Status: Superseded

First Revised Sheet No. 1254 First Revised Sheet No. 1254

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 1254

 

RATE SCHEDULE ISS-M (Continued)

 

 

6. Winter Season Provisions

 

During the Winter Season, Pipeline will deliver to Customer up to Customer's Maximum

Daily Withdrawal Quantity and Customer's Maximum Seasonal Quantity as set forth

below.

 

6.1 Customer will be required to nominate from storage into Pipeline's system a

quantity of gas up to the Maximum Daily Withdrawal Quantity.

 

6.2 Seasonal Minimum & Maximum Withdrawal - No less than 68% of Customer's Maximum

Seasonal Quantity shall be withdrawn each Winter Season if Customer has renewed its

ISS-M service for the subsequent storage contract year. If ISS-M service has not

been renewed, Customer will be required to withdraw 100% of its Seasonal Quantity

such that its storage balance is zero before March 31 of the Storage Contract Year.

 

6.3 Customer electing not to renew their ISS-M service for the subsequent Storage

Contract Year must withdraw any remaining volumes within 30 days or forfeit

said volumes to pipeline.

 

6.4 Pipeline shall deliver to Customer gas for Customer's account only when

Customer's storage inventory is greater than zero.

 

7. Summer Season Provisions

 

Pipeline shall receive from Customer during each Summer Season up to the Maximum

Seasonal Quantity at daily rates not to exceed the Maximum Daily Injection Quantity.

 

7.1 Inventory verification tests will be conducted on a semiannual basis. These

tests require the temporary suspension of individual storage field activities

(injections and withdrawals) for a period of approximately two weeks. If

conditions will not permit the full maximum daily injection or withdrawal

quantity, Texas Gas may temporarily adjust the limit. Texas Gas will provide

at least 45 days notice on its EBB with regard to the scheduling of these

shut-in periods to allow customers to adjust for the interruption of storage.

 

7.2 To assist Pipeline's operational and maintenance scheduling through the

Summer Season, Customer will notify Pipeline by March 15 of each year, with

updates monthly, of the quantities it intends to inject monthly during the

immediately upcoming Summer Season; such injection schedule provided by

Customer is a best efforts estimate and may be revised as necessary.

Pipeline will use its reasonable efforts to coordinate its test, maintenance,

alteration and repair activities during such Summer Season to accommodate

Customer's request.

 

7.3 If Customer desires Pipeline to store gas for Customer's account under this

Rate Schedule, it shall give notice to Pipeline specifying the quantity of

gas which Customer desires to be injected into storage under this Rate

Schedule on such day. Pipeline shall thereupon inject the quantity of gas so

nominated subject to the limitations set forth herein.

 

7.4 Pipeline shall be obligated to accept gas for storage for Customer's account only

when Customer's Storage Inventory is less than Customer's Maximum Seasonal

Quantity.

 

8. General Terms and Conditions

 

All General Terms and Conditions of Texas Gas' FERC Gas Tariff are applicable to this

Rate Schedule and are hereby incorporated as a part of this Rate Schedule ISS-M.