Texas Gas Transmission Corporation

First Revised Volume No. 2-A

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Effective Date: 11/01/1993, Docket: RP93-106-001, Status: Suspended

Sub Original Sheet No. 129A Sub Original Sheet No. 129A : Suspended

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

 

(iii) Capacity released and assigned to a

Replacement Customer will be scheduled

and curtailed identical to the scheduling

and curtailment priorities applicable to

the service agreement of the Releasing

Customer. Any right of recall reserved

as described in subsection (iv) below

will not affect the priorities in

scheduling and curtailment as stated

herein.

 

(iv) Releasing Customers may retain a right of

recall when releasing and assigning

capacity. Such right of recall must be

specified in the Capacity Release Notice

and the terms and conditions of the right

of recall retained by the Releasing

Customer may not conflict with the terms

and conditions of this tariff governing

changes in nominations and must be

objectively stated, non-discriminatory,

and applicable to all bidders. Pipeline

shall have no liability to the

Replacement Customer by reason of any

right of recall retained by Releasing

Customer.

 

(v) Releasing Customers may choose to allow

the submission of contingent bids;

however, any provision for contingent

bids must function in a

non-discriminatory manner and cannot be

used to discriminate against any

potential Replacement Customer.

 

(b) Length of Capacity Releases

 

(i) Capacity may be released and assigned for

any length of time up to the remaining

term of the service agreement under which

it is being released.