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First Revised Sheet No. 163 First Revised Sheet No. 163 : Superseded

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 163

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

 

11. PROCEDURES FOR AVOIDANCE OF PREGRANTED ABANDONMENT (Cont'd.)

 

capacity and continue to receive service at the applicable maximum

rates, or at a rate between the minimum and maximum negotiated by

Transporter and Shipper, for a term specified by Shipper. In the

event Transporter and Shipper have not reached agreement on the

terms and conditions under which service will be extended for

Shipper before the later of the date which is two (2) months

following the date of Transporter's notice to Shipper that no

acceptable bids have been received, then Transporter shall have all

necessary abandonment authorization under the Natural Gas Act as of

the date of termination of the long-term service agreement.

 

11.7 Special Provisions Concerning Agreements With Terms of Two Years or

Less. If the primary or extended term of Shipper's service

agreement, whichever is applicable, is two (2) years or less, the

five (5) month posting period described in Subsection 11.3 will not

apply, and a two (2) month posting period will apply in lieu

thereof, and the deadline by which Transporter and Shipper must

reach agreement on the terms and conditions under which service

will be extended as described in Subsection 11.6 will be the date

which is one (1) month following the date of Transporter's notice

to Shipper that no acceptable bids have been received. Except as

set forth in this Subsection 11.7, the provisions of Subsections

11.1-11.6 shall be applicable to all long-term service agreements.

 

12. UPSTREAM CAPACITY

 

Where Transporter, pursuant to a certificated exchange agreement,

may cause another pipeline to receive gas associated with a source

of Appalachian production at one or more points of receipt

("Exchange Points") and deliver such gas to Transporter, such

Exchange Points may be used by a Shipper receiving service under

the FT, EFT, FST, IT, or IAS Rate Schedule as a receipt point,

subject to the terms and conditions set forth in such Rate

Schedule. Transporter shall pass-through any costs and retainages

imposed by such other pipeline to the Shippers using Exchange

Points as receipt points, on an as-billed basis.