Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Company, LLC

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 10/01/2009, Docket: RP09-971-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 163 First Revised Sheet No. 163

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 163

 

RATE SCHEDULE SS-1 OPEN ACCESS

STORAGE SERVICE

(Continued)

 

 

 

7. WITHDRAWALS FROM STORAGE (Continued)

 

7.4 (a) If, however, all of the nominations exceed the total quantity which Seller can

withdraw from storage and deliver, the gas deliverable on such day shall be

prorated in proportion to each Buyer's current Storage Gas Balance, utilizing

records of Seller's dispatcher, provided that on any day during November through

March, Buyer shall be entitled to receive the following daily quantities.

 

(i) Buyer's Storage Demand provided Buyer's Storage Gas Balance is greater

than 33 percent of Buyer's Storage Capacity Quantity.

 

(ii) 66.67 percent of Buyer's Storage Demand when Buyer's Storage Gas Balance

is greater than 20 percent, but less than or equal to 33 percent of

Buyer's Storage Capacity Quantity.

 

(iii) 37.50 percent of Buyer's Storage Demand when Buyer's Storage Gas Balance

is equal to or less than 20 percent of Buyer's Storage Capacity Quantity.

 

The foregoing notwithstanding it is also understood and agreed that in addition

to the limitations provided above, Seller will be obligated to deliver from

storage no more than 66.67 percent of Buyer's Storage Demand after February 8 of

any year and no more than 37.50 percent of Buyer's Storage Demand after

February 28 of any year.

 

7.5 Monthly Quantity Limitations

 

During any calendar month, Seller shall not be obligated to deliver a daily average of

more than 87 1/2 percent of Buyer's Storage Demand.

 

8. FUEL ALLOWANCE

 

In order to recover such quantities of fuel, if any, that CPG may retain for compressor fuel

and for calculated normal operational loss associated with the receipt, storage and

redelivery of natural gas quantities for Buyer's account (Fuel Allowance), Seller will retain

equivalent quantities from Buyer's storage injection and withdrawal quantities hereunder.

Provided, however, Buyer may deliver or cause to be delivered to Seller such additional

quantities of gas as Seller reasonably determines are required for fuel to effect injection

of Buyer's injection quantities (Injection Allowance).

 

Therefore, provided Seller receives an Injection Allowance from Buyer, Seller will retain gas

only from quantities injected into storage sufficient to cover Seller's fuel requirements for

withdrawal (Withdrawal Allowance) and the calculated normal operational loss makeup

associated with the storage of Buyer's storage quantities (Loss Allowance). Consequently,

Buyer will begin each withdrawal season with a quantity of natural gas in storage equal to

Buyer's Storage Capacity Quantity for the Period then in effect less the calculated

Withdrawal and Loss Allowances applicable to such quantities of natural gas.