Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation

Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 11-009, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 299 Original Sheet No. 299 : Effective

 

RATE SCHEDULE FSS-1

(Continued)

 

5.2 Pipeline shall permit transfers of title of gas in Storage Inventory,

provided both Customers have executed a service agreement under Rate Schedules

SS-1, FSS-1 and/or ISS-1 and that such transfer does not permit either Customer

to exceed its MSQ specified in such service agreement. Such transferred

quantities shall not be included in any Customer's Storage Inventory for purposes

of determining Customer's daily withdrawal rights pursuant to Section 6 until

twenty-four (24) hours following the date of transfer or as provided in Section

6.3 of this Rate Schedule.

 

5.3 In addition to accepting gas for storage injection at the FSS-1 Storage

Point, Pipeline will accept gas tendered at points of interconnection between

Pipeline and third party facilities at Oakford and Leidy Storage Fields provided

that such receipt does not result in Customer tendering aggregate quantities for

storage in excess of the Customer MDIQ .

 

5.4 Notice Required The notice given by Customer to Pipeline for

injections on any day shall be in accordance with Section 4 of Pipeline's General

Terms and Conditions of this FERC Gas Tariff.

 

5.5 Injection Quantities The maximum injection quantity of gas which

Pipeline is obligated on any day to inject into storage under this Rate Schedule

shall be the MDIQ.

 

5.6 Limitation Upon Total Injections Pipeline shall be obligated to

accept gas for storage for Customer's account in accordance with the above

procedure only when Customer's Storage Inventory is less than Customer's MSQ.

 

6. WITHDRAWAL PROVISIONS

 

6.1 General Procedure If Customer desires the delivery of gas stored for

Customer's account under this Rate Schedule, it shall give notice to Pipeline

specifying the quantity of gas, not in excess of the quantity determined pursuant

to Section 6.3, plus Applicable Shrinkage, which Customer desires to be withdrawn

from storage under this Rate Schedule during such day. Pipeline shall thereupon

deliver to Customer the quantity of gas subject to the limitations set forth

herein.

 

In addition to the withdrawal of gas from storage for delivery through a

transportation service on Pipeline's system, gas may be withdrawn for delivery

into the facilities of third parties at the points of interconnection between

Pipeline and the facilities of such third parties at Oakford and Leidy Storage

Fields provided that such withdrawals do not result in Customer withdrawing gas

in excess of his MDWQ or MSQ. A separate transportation charge will not be

applicable for these deliveries.

 

6.2 Notice Required The notice given by Customer to Pipeline for

withdrawals on any day shall be in accordance with Section 4 of Pipeline's

General Terms and Conditions of this FERC Gas Tariff.