Distrigas of Massachusetts Corporation

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 12/17/1988, Docket: GT94- 26-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 119 Original Sheet No. 119 : Superseded

 

4.1.1 Trucks or trailers arriving at Seller's Terminal to

receive LNG shall comply with the following conditions:

 

(a) Minimum capacity of 6,000 gallons.

 

(b) Maximum pressure at time of loading of 15 psig.

 

(c) Precooled to at least 240øF.

 

(d) Previous cargo shall have been LNG, or documentation

shall be provided certifying that inert purge followed by

precooling with LNG has been carried out.

 

(e) Safe operating conditions, including the requirements

of all applicable Federal, state and local laws and regulations.

Seller has the right to refuse to load any trucks or trailers

not meeting all of the above conditions. At Seller's option,

Seller may make available to Buyer additional LNG for use in

cool down, which LNG will be sold to Buyer at the price provided

in Article V.

 

4.1.2 Seller at its sole discretion may deliver LNG on

less than forty-eight (48) hours' notice upon request of Buyer.

 

ARTICLE V

PRICE

 

 

5.1 For each MMBtu of LNG delivered to Buyer, Buyer will pay

Seller a commodity rate of $ _____ per MMBtu. As to sales for

resale in interstate commerce, the commodity rate for

interruptible sales service will not exceed the Interruptible

Commodity Cap prescribed in Section 3.1 of Seller's Rate Schedule

ISS. The Commodity Cap under this Section applies to the price

of LNG calculated at the tailgate of Seller's Everett