Trans-Union Interstate Pipeline, L.P.

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Effective Date: 02/07/2006, Docket: RP06-217-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 142 Original Sheet No. 142 : Effective

 

 

33.2 Transportation Log. Transporter shall maintain a log

showing the

information required by Section 250.16(c)(1) of the Commission's

Regulations.

 

34. PERIODIC RATE ADJUSTMENTS

 

Transporter may, from time to time propose and file with FERC, in

accordance

with Section 4 of the Natural Gas Act, changes, amendments,

revisions, and

modifications to (i) Transporter's rates and rate schedules,

and/or (ii) the

General Terms and Conditions of Transporter's tariff, provided,

however, that

Shippers shall have the right to intervene in and/or protest any

such changes

before FERC (or any successor governmental agency) or other

authorities and to

exercise any other rights that Shippers may have with respect

thereto.

 

35. NEGOTIATED RATES

 

35.1 Availability. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary

in this tariff,

Transporter may charge a Negotiated Rate for service under any

rate schedule

contained in this tariff to any Shipper that has access to

service at the

rates set forth in the applicable rate schedule and agrees to pay

such

Negotiated Rates.

 

35.2 Filing Requirement. No later than the Business Day on

which Transporter

commences service at a Negotiated Rate (or if the day on which

Transporter

commences service is not a Business Day, then no later than the

next Business

Day thereafter), Transporter will file either the Negotiated Rate

Transportation Agreement or a tariff sheet stating the exact

legal name of the

Shipper, the Negotiated Rate, the rate schedule, the receipt and

delivery

points, the contract quantity, and, where applicable, the exact

formula

underlying a Negotiated Rate for any Negotiated Rate

Transportation Agreement.

To the extent any Negotiated Rate Transportation Agreement

deviates in any

material respect from the Form of Agreement in the tariff for the

applicable

rate schedule, such Agreement will be filed with FERC.

 

35.3 Precondition. Transporter and Shipper have executed a

valid

Transportation Agreement for a Negotiated Rate. At the time of

execution,

service was available for Shipper under one or more of the rate

schedules

generally applicable to all Shippers at a recourse rate.

Transporter will not

negotiate terms and conditions of service. Negotiated Rates do

not apply where

Shipper has acquired its capacity under the capacity release

provisions of

section 26.

 

35.4 Allocation of Capacity. For purposes of allocating

capacity, whether by

Transporter or pursuant to the capacity release provisions of

section 26, a

Negotiated Rate Shipper paying a rate higher than the maximum

applicable

recourse rate will be deemed to be paying a rate equal to such

maximum

recourse rate. The price cap for bidding for capacity under the

right of first

refusal provisions in section 29 is the maximum recourse rate.