Vector Pipeline L.P.

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Effective Date: 07/12/2006, Docket: RP06-390-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 163 Third Revised Sheet No. 163 : Effective

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 163

6. Accounting Treatment. Transporter will establish a new sub-

account to record the revenues from any Negotiated Rate

transactions and shall maintain supporting information at a level

of detail sufficient for National Gas Act Section 4 rate change

filing purposes. Transporter will maintain records that keep

separate and identifiable each volume transported, billing

determinant, surcharge, and revenue associated with a Negotiated

Rate to permit filings in the form of Statements G, I, and J in

future rate proceedings.

 

7. Rate Treatment. Transporter shall have the right to seek in

future general rate proceedings discounted-type adjustments in the

design of its rates related to Negotiated Rate Transportation

Agreements that were converted from pre-existing discount

agreements to Negotiated Rate Transportation Agreements, provided

that the type of pre-existing service is not altered as a result

of the conversion to a Negotiated Rate. With respect to all

Negotiated Rate Transportation Agreements resulting from

conversions of pre-existing discounted agreements, Transporter may

seek a discount-type adjustment based upon the greater of: (a) the

Negotiated Rate revenues received, or (b) the discounted tariff

rate revenues which otherwise would have been received.

 

39. ACQUIRED CAPACITY

 

1. Transporter may from time to time enter into transportation or

storage agreements with connecting entities, including other

interstate pipelines, intrastate pipelines, local distribution

companies, or Hinshaw pipelines holding a blanket Section 7

certificate ("Acquired Capacity"). Transporter may use Acquired

Capacity for its system operational needs and/or to render service

to its customers. Except as provided in section 39.2, Transporter

states that, if it provides service for others using Acquired

Capacity, it will apply to such services the same rates and

tariffs as are applicable to on-system customers, as such rates

and tariffs may change from time to time. For purpose of any use

of Acquired Capacity covered by this section 39.1, the "shipper

must have title" requirement shall be waived.

 

2. Nothing herein shall be read to preclude Transporter from filing

with the Commission for different tariff provisions applicable to

any such service which Transporter provides using Acquired

Capacity; provided, however, that the waiver of the "shipper must

have title" requirement hereunder shall not apply in such

circumstance, and Transporter will be required to seek a case-

specific waiver of that requirement from the Commission.