National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/18/1994, Docket: MT94- 18-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 231 First Revised Sheet No. 231 : Superseded

Superseding: Sub. Original Sheet No. 231

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

21. TRANSITION COSTS (Cont'd.)

 

affected firm Buyers and interested state commissions a

revised tariff sheet or sheets showing such charge and a

statement showing the basis therefor.

 

(d) Effective Period of Flow Through. Transporter shall contin-

ue to flow through the charges under this section for the

full period required to recover the total Transition Costs

that Transporter is required to pay such upstream pipelines.

 

21.6 Exit Fee

 

(a) If Transporter and a firm Buyer agree upon a reduction or

termination of that Buyer's service, such Buyer shall pay

Transporter a negotiated exit fee including charges for

Account Nos. 191, 858, and the transportation and Compres-

sion costs in Account No. 186, GSR Costs, Stranded Costs,

Implementation Costs and Upstream Supplier Transition Costs,

plus any associated carrying charges assigned or allocated

to and otherwise payable by the Buyer, absent the termina-

tion. In addition, Transporter will collect all or a por-

tion of the capacity reservation charge otherwise recover-

able by Transporter from the Buyer for the balance of the

contractual term, absent early termination.

 

22. STANDARDS OF CONDUCT IN SALES AND TRANSPORTING GAS FOR OTHERS

 

This Section 22 is required by 18 CFR 250.16 because:

 

(a) Transporter engages in transportation transactions with its

affiliated marketing entity: National Fuel Resources, Inc.

("NFR"); and

 

(b) Transporter engages in transportation transactions with an

entity which may be or may become affiliated with

Transporter: Hub Services, Inc. d/b/a Ellisburg-Leidy Hub

Company ("Hub").

 

(c) Transporter engages in sales transactions with its affiliate

NFR from time-to-time.

 

For convenience, and without acknowledging that Hub is actually

affiliated with Transporter, NFR and Hub are collectively

referred to herein as "marketing affiliates".