Trunkline Gas Company, LLC

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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

Second Revised Sheet No. 270H Second Revised Sheet No. 270H

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 270H

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

 

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

 

(E) To be eligible for any contract Quantity reduction option

under this Section 11.7, Shipper's Service Agreement must

have a term of five (5) years or more and a remaining term

of two (2) years or less, unless otherwise agreed.

 

(F) To be eligible for any contract Quantity reduction option,

any costs that Shipper has agreed to reimburse Trunkline for

facilities constructed or installed by Trunkline to provide

service under Shipper's Service Agreement(s) shall have been

fully reimbursed.

 

(G) Shipper must pay all its outstanding invoices before Shipper

is eligible for any contract quantity reduction.

 

(H) Shipper's Service Agreement(s) shall have a zero imbalance

before Shipper is eligible for any contract quantity

reduction.

 

(I) If Shipper has Storage and related Transportation contracts

that are eligible for contract reduction options under this

Section 11.7, Quantities under the Storage and related firm

Transportation services shall be proportionally reduced so

that Storage service Quantities, including Storage capacity

and deliverability Quantities, and related Transportation

service Quantities remain proportionately the same.

 

(J) The provisions of Section 11.3 of these General Terms and

Conditions shall not apply to the Quantity reduced pursuant

to this Section 11.7.

 

11.8 Contract Extension

 

Prior to the expiration of the term of an existing Service

Agreement and prior to initiation of the Right of First Refusal

process pursuant to Section 11.3, if applicable, Trunkline and

the existing Shipper may mutually agree to an extension of the

term of the Service Agreement with respect to all or part of the

underlying capacity (the exact length of which is to be

negotiated on a case-by-case basis in a not unduly

discriminatory manner).