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First Revised Sheet No. 120 First Revised Sheet No. 120 : Superseded
Superseding: Sub. Original Sheet No. 120
ISS RATE SCHEDULE
Interruptible Storage Service
3. RATE (Cont'd)
3.3 During receipt and injection of gas hereunder, Transporter will
retain a quantity of gas equal to the product obtained by multiply-
ing the quantity of gas received by Transporter for injection under
this ISS Rate Schedule by the percentage set forth on Sheet No. 6
as "surface operating allowance."
3.4 During withdrawal of gas hereunder, Transporter will retain a
quantity of gas equal to the product obtained by multiplying the
quantity of gas withdrawn by the percentage set forth on Sheet No.
6 as "surface operating allowance."
3.5 Except as provided by valid rule or regulation, Transporter is not
obligated to offer to transport or transport gas at any rates or
allowances less than the maximum rates and allowances specified for
this rate schedule on Sheet No. 6; however, nothing precludes
Transporter from charging a rate between the maximum and minimum
rate or retaining an allowance less than the allowance specified
for service under this Rate Schedule as set forth on Sheet No. 6.
4. MINIMUM MONTHLY BILL
5. STORAGE FIELD LOSSES
In the event of a loss of gas from one or more storage fields utilized
by Transporter resulting from force majeure, such loss shall be
allocated among Transporter and each Shipper receiving service under
FSS, SS-1, SS-2, ESS or ISS Rate Schedule in proportion to the quanti-
ties of gas (excluding base gas) of each in storage immediately prior
thereto as reasonably determined by Transporter, and if such extraordi-
nary loss exceeds the top gas balances of Transporter and all such
Shippers, such excess will be deemed from Transporter's base gas.
Losses of gas from storage fields utilized by Transporter that are not