Trunkline Gas Company, LLC

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/13/2010, Docket: RP10-731-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 270F First Revised Sheet No. 270F

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 270F

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

 

11. CONTRACT ROLLOVER, RIGHT OF FIRST REFUSAL AND REDUCTION (Continued)

 

(d) Shipper has used reasonable efforts to release and

assign its capacity to Replacement Shippers, by

posting the capacity on the Messenger system for

thirty (30) days at the rate provided for under the

relevant Service Agreement(s).

 

(3) Level of Reduction

 

In the event of a permanent and material reduction in

the plant's output, Shipper may only reduce its

contract quantity by a percentage equal to the

percentage that the production decrease represents to

the total plant output. In the event of a plant

closing, Shipper may reduce its aggregate contract

quantity under all of its Service Agreements that serve

the plant by an amount up to the daily contract

quantity delivered to the plant. If Shipper's plant is

served by other natural gas pipelines in addition to

Trunkline, Shipper may only reduce its contract

quantity on Trunkline by an amount that is prorated

based on the respective levels of firm transportation

service used to serve the plant that Shipper holds on

Trunkline and such other natural gas pipelines. If

more than one Service Agreement on Trunkline serves

such plant, any contract Quantity reduction shall be

applied first to the Service Agreement with the lowest

rate, unless otherwise agreed. Any reduction in

contract quantity shall result in a pro rata reduction

in Shipper's Quantities at primary Points of Receipt

and primary Points of Delivery, unless otherwise

agreed.

 

(4) Effective Date

 

The reduction shall take effect on the later of the

first calendar day of the month following the sixtieth

(60th) day after Shipper's written notice or the

effective date of the plant's permanent and material

output reduction or closing.