Columbia Gas Transmission LLC

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 03/03/2009, Docket: RP09-340-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 126 Original Sheet No. 126





(c) The minimum and maximum monthly net withdrawal quantities for the Months November through March

shall be as follows:


Minimum % Maximum %

Month of SCQ of SCQ


November No minimum 40%

December No minimum 40%

January No minimum 40%

February 10% 30%

March 10% 20%


A request by Shipper for permission to make withdrawals in excess of its maximum monthly net withdrawal

limit shall be submitted to Transporter electronically through Transporter's EBB at least 24 hours in advance.

Transporter shall grant any such request to the extent that: (i) additional withdrawal flexibility exists

during the time period of the request in accordance with Section 7 (Capacity Allocation) of the General Terms

and Conditions; and (ii) Transporter, in its reasonable discretion, can operationally accommodate the

request(s). If Shipper exceeds the maximum monthly net withdrawal limit during any of the Months November

through March, Shipper's maximum monthly net withdrawal quantity for the succeeding Month shall be reduced by

an amount equal to the excess quantities withdrawn during the excess withdrawal Month. Shipper's withdrawals

during the Months April through October shall not be subject to maximum or minimum withdrawal limits;

provided, however, that Shipper's withdrawals during that period shall be subject to the limitations of

Shipper's SCQ levels.


(d) Shipper's maximum storage inventory on April 1 shall not exceed 25% of its SCQ. Shipper's

maximum storage inventory on February 1 shall not exceed 65% of its SCQ. Quantities in excess of 25% of

Shipper's SCQ shall not be carried over beyond April 1.


(e) Quantities taken on any Day by Shipper under all Service Agreements with Transporter held by

Shipper and by other shippers delivering to Shipper, but not nominated by Shipper on such Day, shall be deemed

to be withdrawals from FSS storage for Shipper under this Rate Schedule.


(f) Shipper may withdraw from storage on an interruptible basis, quantities in excess of Shipper's

MDWQ. Such interruptible withdrawals shall have the priority set forth in Section 7 (Capacity Allocation) of

the General Terms and Conditions and shall be subject to interruption as set forth in Section 16

(Interruptions of Service) of the General Terms and Conditions.


(g) Transporter may waive a Shipper's default of any of the limitations set forth in this Section

that has already occurred. In addition, Transporter may waive a Shipper's default of such limitations in

advance, provided that such a waiver is to address a specific, temporary, operational problem. Any waiver

granted pursuant to this Section must be granted in a non-discriminatory manner on case-by-case basis.




Service under this Rate Schedule shall not be subject to the flexible receipt and delivery point

provisions of Section 11 (Flexible Primary and Secondary Receipt and Delivery Points) of the General Terms and

Conditions. The point of delivery for all gas tendered to Transporter for storage under this Rate Schedule

shall be designated in transportation Service Agreement(s) with Transporter as "FSS Storage." The point of

receipt for all gas delivered by Transporter to Shipper hereunder shall be designated in Shipper's Service

Agreements with Transporter as "FSS Storage."