National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/01/1997, Docket: RP97-201-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 65H First Revised Sheet No. 65H : Superseded

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 65H

FST RATE SCHEDULE

Firm Storage Transportation Service

 

 

2. APPLICABILITY AND CHARACTER OF SERVICE (Cont'd.)

 

2.5 Subject to the provisions of this FST Rate Schedule, Transporter

will:

 

(a) accept natural gas tendered by Shipper at a secondary receipt

point, and

 

(b) deliver natural gas for the Shipper's account at a secondary

delivery point;

 

provided that such acceptance or delivery would not impair

Transporter's ability to provide firm transportation (to another

Shipper from a firm primary receipt point or to a firm primary

delivery point) or firm storage service, and provided further that

any such delivery point(s) are equipped with measurement, control

and communication equipment required for firm delivery points. Use

of secondary receipt and delivery points by FST Shippers shall be

superior to the use of such points by interruptible shippers.

 

2.6 Subject to Section 11 of the General Terms and Conditions of this

tariff, an FST Service Agreement with a primary term of one year or

longer shall continue in effect beyond the expiration of the

primary term until terminated by either party upon six (6) months

written notice to the other.

 

2.7 A shipper receiving service under this FST Rate Schedule shall not

lose priority for purposes of this section by the renewal or

extension of term of that service.

 

2.8 Service under this FST Rate Schedule shall be provided on a basis

that is equal in quality for all gas supplies transported hereun-

der, whether or not purchased from Transporter.

 

2.9 When an FST shipper nominates for the delivery of gas into or for

the receipt of gas from Transporter's storage fields, Transporter

shall determine the distribution of the nominated quantity among

its individual storage fields.