Saltville Gas Storage Company L.L.C.

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Effective Date: 10/01/2009, Docket: RP09-953-000, Status: Effective

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 128 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 128

Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 128

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

5. SCHEDULING AND CURTAILMENT OF SERVICE

 

5.1 Priority of Service. Any Customer executing a service agreement with Saltville

shall be entitled to the storage, park, or loan of Gas in the following order of

declining priority:

 

(a) Firm Storage Service (FSS) at Primary Point(s) of Receipt, not in excess of

MDRO, and at Primary Point(s) of Delivery, not in excess of MDDO, located

on Saltville's system.

 

(b) Firm Storage Service (FSS) at Secondary Point(s) of Receipt or Delivery,

Firm Storage Service (FSS) at Primary Point(s) of Receipt in excess of MDRO

but less than or equal to MDIQ, and Firm Storage Service (FSS) at Primary

Point(s) of Delivery in excess of MDDO but less than or equal to MDWQ.

 

(c) Make-up volumes to correct prior variances between (i) Transporter and

Saltville under a balancing agreement, (ii) Customer and Saltville, and

(iii) Customer and Transporter if the variance was due to Saltville's

failure to receive or deliver Customer's scheduled volumes.

 

(d) Interruptible services pursuant to Section 5.2(a) below.

 

(e) Interruptible services pursuant to Section 5.2(b) below.

 

Saltville shall have the right to limit service, in whole or in part, from time to

time to perform routine maintenance and repair of Saltville's facilities or to

comply with applicable regulatory requirements. Saltville shall exercise due

diligence to schedule routine repair and maintenance so as to minimize disruptions

of service to Customers and shall provide reasonable notice of the same to

Customers. In any such disruption, quantities of Gas deliverable under Firm

Storage Service Agreements shall take priority over quantities of Gas deliverable

by Saltville to Customers under Interruptible Service Agreements. Notice of such

limitations shall be issued by Saltville to Customer via e-mail and shall be posted

on Saltville's Internet Web site at least forty-eight (48) hours in advance of the

anticipated constraint period. Such limitations shall in no way serve to alter the

obligation(s) of Customer under any applicable Agreement.

 

5.2 Interruptible Services. Agreements relating to excess injection and excess

withdrawal and other Interruptible service obligations and extensions of the

service shall have priority as follows:

 

(a) The order of priority relating to service requests for Excess Injection Gas

and Excess Withdrawal Gas under Rate Schedule FSS and for service within

contractual quantities under Rate Schedules ISS, IPS, and ILS shall be

based on the daily injection and withdrawal charge of the nominated

activity, with the nominated activity that has the highest daily injection

or withdrawal charge, as appropriate, given the highest priority.

 

(b) The order of priority relating to service requests for Excess Injection Gas

and Excess Withdrawal Gas under Rate Schedules ISS, IPS, and ILS shall be

based on the daily injection and withdrawal charge of the nominated

activity, with the nominated activity that has the highest daily injection

or withdrawal charge, as appropriate, given the highest priority.

 

(c) Should two or more potential Interruptible Customers have the same

priority, capacity will be allocated to each Customer on a pro rata basis.