National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 01/12/1994, Docket: RP94- 80-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 131Bb Original Sheet No. 131Bb : Superseded

 

P-1 RATE SCHEDULE

Hub Service - Parking Schedule (continued)

 

6. STORAGE FIELD LOSSES (continued)

 

Shipper is placed on notice that Transporter may recognize storage

gas losses for rate and accounting purposes. Such losses shall be valued

at the current replacement cost of gas. After accounting recognition of

any such loss, Transporter shall record and maintain a regulatory asset

account which shall be maintained until Transporter's next general rate

change filing under Section 4 of this Natural Gas Act. In any of Trans-

porter's general rate change filings, Transporter may propose to amortize

storage gas losses through its base rates. This provision shall apply to

storage gas losses incurred by unamortized as of the date upon which this

provision becomes effective, and to those incurred after that date.

 

7. WITHDRAWALS UPON TERMINATION OF SERVICE

 

Not less than thirty (30) days prior to the termination of storage

service provided to any Shipper under this Rate Schedule, Transporter will

notify Shipper of Shipper's Storage Balance. If the Storage Balance is

positive, then the Shipper will withdraw such quantities within thirty

(30) days of the termination of the storage service. If the Storage Bal-

ance is negative, then the Shipper will within thirty (30) days of the end

of the storage service deliver sufficient quantities of gas to make up the

negative balance. If the Shipper does not deliver sufficient quantities

of gas within that thirty-day period, the Shipper shall pay Transporter

the Negative Imbalance Cash-Out Price as set forth in Section 14.10(a) of

the General Terms and Conditions, for any remaining negative balance.

 

8. RECEIPT AND DELIVERY PRESSURE

 

Shipper shall provide gas to Transporter at pressure sufficient to enter

Transporter's pipeline at the point(s) of receipt, provided, however, that

such pressure shall not exceed any maximum pressure determined by Trans-

porter from time to time. Transporter shall deliver gas to or for the

account of Shipper at the delivery point(s) at the pressure existing in

Transporter's system.

 

9. MINIMUM RECEIPT POINT QUANTITIES

 

Transporter shall not be required to receive or deliver gas at a receipt

or delivery point where the total quantity of gas for Parking scheduled is

less than that required to operate existing measurement facilities at such

point.