ANR Storage Company

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

Second Revised Sheet No. 155G Second Revised Sheet No. 155G : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 155G

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

 

 

19. BILLING ADJUSTMENT FOR RATE SCHEDULE IS WITHDRAWAL PENALTY

 

19.1 Billing Adjustment. A billing adjustment shall be made to non-

offending Customers' bills crediting all revenues from Rate

Schedule IS Withdrawal Penalties collected by Seller, net of

costs. All such revenue shall be generated from the sale of

Working Storage Gas retained by Seller ("Penalty Gas"). A pro

rata allocation of such revenue will be credited to each non-

offending Customer, and will appear on the invoice for the next

Month's business following actual receipt by Seller of such

revenues. Seller shall have 90 Days from the end of the Month, in

which such Penalty Gas was retained, to sell the Penalty Gas. The

Penalty Gas shall be sold as near as practical to the market rate

existing at the time the Penalty Gas is sold. If sale of Penalty

Gas is made to an affiliate of Seller, Seller shall sell such

Penalty Gas at no less then the spot market price on the Day of

such sale.

 

19.2 Allocation Base. Customers will receive a pro rata allocation of

net penalty revenue, based upon the following allocation base:

 

(a) Non-offending Rate Schedule FS Customers: The Maximum

Storage Quantity such Customer had a right to store in the

Month withdrawal penalty invoked; and

 

(b) Non-offending Rate Schedule IS Customers: The Average

Monthly Storage Volume the Customer stored in the Month

withdrawal penalty invoked.

 

19.3 Monthly Credit. Each Customer will receive a Monthly Credit based

upon the formula

 

X (Y / Z), where:

 

X = Total net Penalties collected by Seller in a Month

Y = The Customer's allocation base derived in accordance

with Section 19.2, above; and

Z = The Sum of all of Customers' allocation bases derived

in accordance with Section 19.2, above.

 

20. OFF-SYSTEM CAPACITY

 

Seller may, from time to time, enter into agreements with other

interstate or intrastate pipeline or storage companies for capacity

("off-system capacity"). In the event that Seller acquires off-system

capacity, Seller will use such capacity for operational reasons or to

provide service to its Customers pursuant to Seller's Tariff and subject

to Seller's approved rates, as such rates may change from time to time.

In the event that off-system capacity used to render service to Seller's

Customers is subject to renewal limitations, as specified in a

provider's tariff and/or as provided by FERC regulation, Seller will

indicate in any posting of capacity available for service any limitation

to extension rights that will apply as a result of limitations on the

off-system capacity. For purposes of transactions entered into subject

to this section, the "shipper must have title" requirement is waived.