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Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/09/2006, Docket: RP06-355-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 3700 Second Revised Sheet No. 3700 : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 3700

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Section 30

 

30. PRE-GRANTED ABANDONMENT AND RIGHT OF FIRST REFUSAL

 

30.1 General

 

Service performed by Gulf South for the Customer shall expire and

shall be automatically abandoned upon the expiration of the

service agreement's term under: (i) any firm transportation or

storage agreement except as provided hereunder, and (ii) any

interruptible transportation or interruptible storage agreement

regardless of term. Service under any firm transportation or

firm storage agreement with a term of 12 consecutive months of

service or greater or any multiple year seasonal firm

transportation or firm storage agreement shall be automatically

abandoned upon the expiration of the service agreement's term

unless service is continued pursuant to Section 30.2 or 30.3.

 

30.2 Right of First Refusal for NNS, NNS-SCO, FTS, FTS-SCO, FTS-SSO

 

(a) Applicability: Existing NNS, NNS-SCO, FTS, or FTS-SCO

service agreements with a term of at least 12 months and

with an effective date (date gas first flows) prior to

March 27, 2000, will retain the Right of First Refusal

("ROFR") when that service agreement expires. Any Customer

under an NNS, NNS-SCO, FTS, FTS-SCO, or FTS-SSO service

agreement with an effective date on or after March 27,

2000, with (i) a negotiated contractual ROFR, (ii) a term

of at least 12 consecutive months of service and the

Customer is paying the maximum applicable rate, or (iii) a

multiple year seasonal service agreement and the Customer

is paying the maximum applicable rate, shall have the right

to continue receiving service after the expiration of the

service agreement if, pursuant to this Section 30.2, it

matches the price and term offered for such service by any

other bidder. However, Gulf South shall not be required to

provide service at a discount from its applicable maximum

rate unless it agrees to such a discount. As part of a

contractual ROFR, Gulf South and the Customer may agree, at

the time the initial service agreement is signed, upon the

MDQ and rate that will be subject to the requirements of

this Section. ROFR rights may be assigned as a condition

of a permanent capacity release.