Young Gas Storage Company, Ltd.

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Effective Date: 08/01/2010, Docket: RP10-921-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 80B Third Revised Sheet No. 80B

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 80B

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

6.5 (Continued)

 

(c) Special Relief.

 

(i) Storage Gas supply adequacy is solely the

responsibility of the Shipper. Gas will not be diverted

from one Shipper's account to another Shipper's account

to resolve shortage situations in the normal course of

business. However, Shipper with a Gas in Place shortage

may rely upon the provisions of Section 7 of Rate

Schedule FS-1 and/or Section 7 of Rate Schedule IS-1

(Transfer of Gas In Place) to alleviate or eliminate

the supply shortage situation.

 

(ii) However, essential human needs should be protected from

physical interruption of supply to forestall injury to

life. If any Shipper of Transporter experiences or

anticipates a supply emergency which could cause such

injury, such Shipper shall utilize to the fullest extent

possible all of Shipper's existing Gas supply

arrangements and available self-help measures to

alleviate such emergency prior to requesting assistance

from Transporter and other Shippers pursuant to this

section.

 

(iii) Any such assistance to resolve such emergencies will be

based, to the maximum extent possible, on voluntary,

market-based arrangements involving a sale of Gas by a

willing seller to the Shipper experiencing the emergency

shortage, at a rate negotiated by the Parties to the

sale. Such transactions could involve the

pre-arrangement of portfolios of divertible supply, or

short-term arrangements through the use of Transporter's

electronic bulletin board, or any other arrangement

acceptable to the Parties to the sale.