Dominion Transmission, Inc.
Third Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 09/23/2000, Docket: RP00-555-000, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 504 Original Sheet No. 504 : Effective
ISS RATE SCHEDULE
Interruptible Storage Service
4.3 If Customer fails to withdraw affected Storage Gas Balance
quantities by the end of the 3-Day period established in
Section 2.4, above, or by the termination of service as
described in Section 7.8, below, then Pipeline shall retain
such quantities at the end of such period, free and clear
of all adverse claims and encumbrances.
4.4 Notwithstanding the general provision of Sections 3 and
4.1, above, if Pipeline and Customer mutually agree to
negotiated rates for service hereunder, such negotiated
rates shall apply in lieu of the otherwise applicable
charges identified in Sections 4.1.A through 4.1.E and/or
4.1.G of this Rate Schedule.
5. MINIMUM MONTHLY BILL
6. INJECTIONS INTO STORAGE
6.1 The executed Service Agreement shall specify at least one
ISS Point for quantities tendered by Customer to Pipeline
for storage injection. The ISS Point shall be located
either at a specific storage facility operated by Pipeline,
or at the logical point(s) of injection and withdrawal from
Pipeline's storage pool(s). The ISS Point shall be deemed
to be a Primary Receipt Point, within the meaning set forth
in the General Terms and Conditions of this Tariff.
Quantities tendered for injection at a particular ISS Point
must be withdrawn at the same ISS Point.
6.2 For any Day when Customer desires Pipeline to store gas for
its account under this Rate Schedule, it shall nominate to
Pipeline in accordance with the General Terms and
Conditions of this Tariff, specifying the quantity of gas
it desires to have injected into storage on such Day that
is not to exceed the MDIQ. When Customer's nominations are
confirmed and scheduled as required by this Tariff,
Pipeline shall inject into storage for Customer's account
on such Day, the quantity of gas so nominated, subject to
the limitations of this Section 6.