Eastern Shore Natural Gas Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/1997, Docket: CP96-128-004, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 82 Original Sheet No. 82 : Effective






6. Provisions for Swing Service


(a) Seller shall (i) cause gas delivered to its system to be

injected into storage, and (ii) cause gas to be withdrawn

from storage and delivered to Buyer on a swing basis in

accordance with the procedures specified below, provided

however, nothing herein shall give Buyer the right to

cause the injections or withdrawals on any Day of a

quantity of gas under this Rate Schedule in excess of the

quantity of gas which Buyer would otherwise be entitled

to inject or withdraw under the terms of this Rate

Schedule on such Day.


(b) Seller provides Swing Service Scheduling of injections

and withdrawals of storage gas provided under Rate

Schedule CFSS.


(c) The procedures for Swing Service Scheduling injections

into storage provided under this Rate Schedule are as



(1) Buyer submits nomination(s) to the applicable

upstream parties for the delivery of the natural

gas quantities to Seller. Such nominations will be

to Columbia or other upstream pipelines pursuant to

Section 4(b) of this Rate Schedule CFSS.


(2) Buyer submits a nomination to Seller to Swing

Service Schedule a quantity of the natural gas

scheduled on Columbia's system to be injected into

storage for Buyer's account in the event, after

making allowance for any applicable fuel retention

pursuant to Section 31 of the General Terms and

Conditions of Seller's FERC Gas Tariff, actual

total deliveries at Buyer's Point(s) of Delivery

are less than scheduled total receipts at Buyer's

Point(s) of Receipt (a "Low Burn").


(3) Seller makes all necessary arrangements with

Columbia to insure that, to the extent the gas was

Swing Service Scheduled to be injected into

storage, the gas is injected into storage for

Buyer's account with Seller if Buyer has a Low