National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/01/1997, Docket: RP97-201-002, Status: Effective

2nd. Sub. First Revised Sheet No. 153 2nd. Sub. First Revised Sheet No. 153 : Superseded

Superseding: 1st Rev. Sub. Original Sheet No. 153

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

 

10. CAPACITY REALLOCATION (Cont'd.)

 

(xii) reput rights if any; reput rights should be specified at

the time of the deal; reput method and rights are

individually negotiated between the Existing Shipper and

Replacement Shipper;

 

(xiii) whether volumetric bids or bids based upon other variants

of the rates applicable to the capacity to be released

are to be solicited;

 

(xiv) whether the Existing Shipper requests the assistance of

Transporter's Interstate Marketing Department in locating

Potential Shippers for the capacity to be released;

 

(xv) whether the Replacement Shipper will be required to enter

into an agreement with the Existing Shipper, and if so,

a description of the terms and conditions of such

agreement; and

 

(xvi) whether Potential Shippers may submit bids subject to

contingencies that extend beyond the posting period

applicable to the notice.

 

(b) Offers are binding until written or electronic notice of

withdrawal is received by Transporter. The releasing party may

withdraw its offer during the bid period where unanticipated

circumstances justify and no minimum bid has been made. The

withdrawal must be via written notice, facsimile transmission

or through the EBB System E-Mail, or via EDI, including an

affidavit establishing unanticipated circumstances justifying

the withdrawal. A Shipper's Notice of a Prearranged Deal

transmitted via EDI must be withdrawn via EDI.

 

10.3 Posting of Shipper's Notices

 

(a) Except as set forth in Section 10.3(b), Shipper may deliver

its completed notice to Transporter at any time, but it must

be received by Transporter

 

(i) no later than 1:00 p.m. central clock time on

the day before nominations for short-term

releases (less than five months), and