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Seventh Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/16/2009, Docket: RP10-53-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 389 Second Revised Sheet No. 389

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 389

 

RATE SCHEDULE FSS-1

(Continued)

 

(E) occurs within the lesser of (1) ten (10) Days of a force majeure event as

contemplated by Section 17.1 of the General Terms and Conditions, or (2) the date

Pipeline has or should have, in the exercise of due diligence, overcome the force

majeure event.

 

provided, however, 3.5(C) and 3.5(D) are also subject to the notice and due diligence

requirements of Section 17.3 of the General Terms and Conditions.

 

3.6 Storage Cost Credit Mechanism A cost increment to reflect the use of storage

facilities is incorporated into the Rate Schedule CDS, FT-1, and SCT rates. A portion

of the revenue attributable to this storage cost increment will be credited to Rate

Schedule SS, SS-1, FSS-1 and X-28 Customers. The credit will compensate for the

temporary use of storage service to support the No-notice Service and "instantaneous"

transportation services as directed in Order No. 636, and such credit will be

eliminated or reduced subject to Commission review and certification of additional

storage capacity. Pipeline will credit to Rate Schedule SS, SS-1, FSS-1 and X-28

Customers an amount equal to the storage costs recovered (less any Rate Schedule CDS

pre-injection credits and less $525,146 per Month associated with the Oakford Storage

Expansion Project approved in Docket No. CP97-774) through the Rate Schedules CDS, SCT,

and FT-1 rates. Storage costs recovered in a particular Month will be subject to

credit to Rate Schedule SS, SS-1, FSS-1 and X-28 Customers in the same Month. Such

amounts to be credited will be allocated to Rate Schedule SS, SS-1, FSS-1 and X-28

Customers based upon their pro rata share of respective MDWQ's under Rate Schedules SS,

SS-1, FSS-1 and X-28 and will be credited to Reservation Charges for the Month.

 

4. MINIMUM COMMODITY BILL

 

None.

 

5. INJECTION PROVISIONS

 

5.1 General Procedure If Customer desires Pipeline to store Gas for Customer's account

under this Rate Schedule, it shall give notice to Pipeline specifying the Quantity of

Gas, not in excess of the quantity determined pursuant to Section 5.3, which Customer

desires to be injected into storage under this Rate Schedule on such Day. Pipeline

shall thereupon inject the Quantity of Gas so nominated subject to the limitations set

forth herein. Except as provided in Section 5.2 and 5.3 herein, the Natural Gas

received by Pipeline for Customer's account for storage injection pursuant to this Rate

Schedule shall be those quantities scheduled for delivery pursuant to Service

Agreements for transportation service between Pipeline and Customer under transactions

which specify as a Point of Delivery the "FSS-1 Storage Point". For purposes of

billing of Usage Charges under transportation Rate Schedules for deliveries of Gas to

the "FSS-1 Storage Point", such deliveries for injection into storage scheduled

directly to the "FSS-1 Storage Point" shall be deemed to have been delivered 60% in

Market Zone 2 and 40% in Market Zone 3. In addition, subject to Pipeline's prior

written consent, any positive variance between scheduled deliveries and actual

deliveries on any Day (i.e. scheduled deliveries exceed actual deliveries) at

Customer's Points of Delivery under transportation Rate Schedules shall be deemed for

billing purposes delivered at the Point of Delivery and shall be injected into storage

for Customer's account. In addition to accepting Gas for storage injection at the FSS-

1 Storage Point, Pipeline will accept Gas tendered at points of interconnection between

Pipeline and third party facilities at Oakford and Leidy Storage Fields provided that

such receipt does not result in Customer tendering aggregate quantities for storage in

excess of the Customer MDIQ.