Carolina Gas Transmission Corporation

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Effective Date: 08/06/2007, Docket: RP07-519-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 128A Original Sheet No. 128A : Effective


(b) Capacity may be reserved for up to one (1) year prior to

Pipeline filing for certificate approval for construction

of the proposed expansion, and thereafter until such

expansion project is placed into service.


(c) Reserved capacity will be made available on an interim

basis and will be posted for bidding under Section 4.5. If

certificate approval is not granted, or if Pipeline

determines that an expansion project will not be completed,

such capacity will no longer be reserved and will be posted

by Pipeline for bidding under Section 4.5, subject to prior

interim commitments of such capacity. A Service Agreement

for such Interim Capacity shall not be eligible for

automatic extension under Section 4.4 or for a Right of

First Refusal.


4.3 Extension of Short Term and Interim Service Agreements. Short

Term Service Agreements and Service Agreements for Interim

Capacity are not subject to automatic extension. Expiring Short

Term Service Agreements will be posted for bidding under Section

4.5. Expiring Service Agreements for Interim Capacity will be

posted for bidding for any remaining period of the Interim



4.4 Extension of Long Term Service Agreements.


(a) Notice of Expiration. Pipeline will post on its Internet

Website notice of expiration of a Long Term Service

Agreement at least nine (9) months, but not more than one

(1) year, prior to expiration of the Service Agreement.

The Internet Website posting will constitute effective

notice of the expiration of a Long Term Service Agreement;

however, Pipeline will provide additional notification of

such expiration to Shipper by e-mail.