Dominion Transmission, Inc.

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 09/12/2005, Docket: RP05-549-000, Status: Effective

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 211 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 211 : Effective

Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 211


Firm Transportation, No-Notice Service


9.4.B. Coordination With Other Rate Schedules (cont.)


for the storage service held by Customer, such takes

will be subject to the excess service provisions of the

GSS Rate Schedule. Provided, however, that no charge

for excess service will be assessed until after notice

by Pipeline and opportunity for Customer to cure within

24 hours by redelivering supplies to Pipeline at Receipt

Points specified by Pipeline.


C. All operating terms and conditions under Rate Schedule GSS

and Section 11B of the General Terms and Conditions of

this Tariff shall also apply to any injections of gas into

storage or withdrawals of gas from storage pursuant to this

Rate Schedule.


D. Pipeline shall post on its EBB the options available to

Customer to minimize or avoid the excess service charges

described in this Section. Such posting shall include

alternative services offered by Pipeline.


9.5 Hourly Fluctuation in Deliveries. During any 24-hour period,

Customers shall be permitted such hourly fluctuations in

deliveries by Pipeline at each Primary Delivery Point as

Pipeline may be able to provide without adversely affecting

Pipeline's ability to provide other firm services.


A. Pipeline will make all reasonable efforts to identify conditions,

in advance, that could trigger the hourly limit OFO under this

section. When such conditions are identified, Pipeline will

issue the OFO advisory to notify Customer via e-mail or telecopy

of the condition at least four hours in advance of the issuance of

such an hourly limit OFO, to permit voluntary action to be

taken by Customer. Customer will take whatever action it may

deem appropriate. Pipeline may issue an OFO advisory when

operating circumstances could cause reduced pressures or flow

rates, including transient flow rates, at any delivery point

to a level below that required to reliably serve Pipeline's

customers at their existing firm contract levels, because:

customers have exceeded or are about to exceed their firm