ANR Storage Company

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/2007, Docket: RP08- 16-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 135 First Revised Sheet No. 135 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 135

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

4.7 Reduction in Maximum Storage Quantity. In the event

that Customer nominates or utilizes less than 50% of its

Maximum Storage Quantity under Rate Schedule IS for a

period of one (1) year, Seller may reduce Customer's

Maximum Storage Quantity to 125% of the average

utilization during such year, which new Maximum Storage

Quantity, as applicable, shall be effective on the first

Day of the Month following the Month in which Seller

gives Customer notice of such reduction.

 

5. PRESSURE AT POINT OF INJECTION AND POINT OF WITHDRAWAL

 

5.1 Pressure at Point of Injection and Point of Withdrawal.

Unless otherwise agreed to by the parties as set forth

in the Service Agreement, Customer shall cause the Gas

to be delivered at the Point of Injection at a pressure

sufficient to allow the Gas to enter Seller's system at

the varying pressures that may exist in such system from

time to time; provided, however, that such pressure of

the Gas delivered or caused to be delivered by Customer

shall not exceed the Maximum Allowable Operating

Pressure ("MAOP") which Seller specifies for the Point

of Withdrawal. In the event the MAOP of Seller's

system, at the Point of Injection/Withdrawal hereunder,

is from time to time increased or decreased, then the

MAOP of the Gas delivered or caused to be delivered by

Customer to Seller at the Point of Injection/Withdrawal

shall be correspondingly increased or decreased upon

notification by Seller to Customer.

 

Unless otherwise agreed to by the parties as set forth in

the Service Agreement, Seller shall Tender the Gas to or

for the account of Customer at the Point of Withdrawal

hereunder at Seller's prevailing line pressure as such

may vary from time to time.

 

6. MEASUREMENT AND MEASUREMENT EQUIPMENT

 

6.1(a) The volume of Gas delivered to Seller hereunder or

redelivered to or for the account of Customer

hereunder shall be measured by:

 

(1) An orifice meter, designed, installed maintained

and operated as recommended in the latest issue of

American National Standard ANSI/API 2530 (American

Gas Association Gas Measurement Report No. 3),

entitled "Orifice Metering