Trunkline Gas Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/2000, Docket: RP00-369-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 200 Third Revised Sheet No. 200 : Effective

Superseding: Sub Second Revised Sheet No. 200

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

 

11. ROLLOVER RIGHT AND RIGHT OF FIRST REFUSAL

 

11.1 Trunkline shall continue to provide firm service pursuant to a

Long-Term Agreement beyond the term specified in such Agreement

if:

 

(A) The Long-Term Agreement is extended according to its terms;

 

(B) Shipper elects to rollover the Long-Term Agreement pursuant

to Section 11.2 herein; or

 

(C) Shipper exercises its Right of First Refusal pursuant to

Section 11.3.

 

11.2 Shipper may rollover all or a portion of the MDQ stated in its

Long-Term Agreement in effect on September 1, 1993 and extend the

term thereof once if:

 

(A) The term of the extension is at least one year;

 

(B) Shipper is currently paying the Maximum Rate or a Negotiated

Rate which equals or exceeds the Maximum Rate applicable to

the service provided under the Long-Term Agreement and agrees

to pay such Maximum Rate or a Negotiated Rate which equals or

exceeds the Maximum Rate during the term of the extension;

 

(C) Shipper provides Trunkline notice of its election to rollover

all or a portion of the MDQ stated in its Long-Term Agreement

by certified mail at least six months prior to the end of the

primary term of the Long-Term Agreement; and

 

(D) Shipper executes the amendment to extend the term of the

Long-Term Agreement for all or a portion of the MDQ and

returns the amendment to Trunkline within thirty (30) days of

Trunkline tendering the amendment to Shipper.

 

11.3 The Right of First Refusal process shall apply to a Long-Term

Agreement for firm service that (1) is in effect prior to

August 1, 2000 or (2) commences on or after August 1, 2000 and

Shipper has agreed to pay the Maximum Rate applicable for the

service, or, if the service is not available for twelve (12)

consecutive months, the Long-Term Agreement is for more than one

year and provides for service at the Maximum Rate applicable to

the service.

 

(A) If Trunkline receives an acceptable offer for all or any

portion of the capacity used to provide service under

Shipper's Long-Term Agreement, Trunkline shall notify Shipper

of such offer and its terms no later than six months prior to

the expiration of the primary term of the Long-Term

Agreement.