Natural Gas Pipeline Company Of America

Seventh Revised Volume No. 1

 Contents / Previous / Next / Main Tariff Index

 

 

Effective Date: 04/18/2008, Docket: RP08-319-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 161 Original Sheet No. 161 : Pending

 

RATE SCHEDULE DSS

-----------------

 

(g) Allocation of capacity, curtailment, and priorities of

service for the purposes of scheduling and curtailment shall all be

governed by the General Terms and Conditions of this Tariff.

 

(h) Shipper may release capacity dedicated to service

hereunder pursuant to Natural's Capacity Release Program to the

extent permitted by, and subject to the terms and conditions

contained in, Section 19 of the General Terms and Conditions of

this Tariff; provided, however, that no segmented releases of

capacity hereunder are permitted. Shipper may release its rights

under a DSS Agreement in whole or in part or may limit its release

to all or part of either the delivered firm storage service or the

nominated firm transportation service; provided, however, that to

the extent a Shipper releases nominated firm transportation

service, the MDQ of delivered firm storage service remaining for

use by Shipper or for release to others shall be reduced by an

equal volume and the corresponding WQ recalculated as set out in

Section 5.6 of this Rate Schedule DSS. If either the storage or

the transportation component of this Rate Schedule DSS (or both) is

released separately, the storage portion of the service shall be

provided under the terms and conditions of Rate Schedule NSS,

except that the injection, withdrawal and inventory parameters set

out in Section 5 of this Rate Schedule DSS shall apply, and the

terms and conditions of Rate Schedule FTS shall apply to the

transportation portion of the service, but such transportation

service shall be subject in addition to the restrictions on

nominated firm storage service under this Rate Schedule DSS, all

Receipt Points will be out-of-path secondary in nature, all

Delivery Points will be secondary in nature and no LN, SW or NB

service options shall be available; provided, however, that if the

Original and each replacement Shipper maintains the same primary

Delivery Points as applied to the Original Shipper prior to the

release, such Delivery Points shall have the same priority as they

did for the Original Shipper prior to the release. A Shipper

releasing a portion of its storage rights under a DSS Agreement may

designate how existing inventory is to be allocated among itself

and the replacement Shippers; provided, however, that the resulting

inventory cannot, absent express agreement by Natural, exceed any

Shipper's MSV under the resulting Agreements (i.e., the MSV

calculated in reference to the MDQ under any replacement Agreement

for any inventory designated to go to such replacement Agreement

and the MSV calculated in reference to the MDQ not released under

the original Agreement for any inventory designated to remain with

the Original Shipper) nor may a release result in any Shipper or

all Shippers in the aggregate (Original and replacement)