Dominion Transmission, Inc.

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/24/2007, Docket: RP07-404-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 1162 Third Revised Sheet No. 1162 : Effective

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 1162


Off-System Capacity


25. Off-System Capacity


25.1 From time to time, Pipeline may enter into compression, transportation

and/or storage agreements with other interstate or intrastate pipeline

companies ("Off-System Capacity"). In the event that Pipeline acquires

Off-System Capacity, Pipeline shall only render service to Customers on

the acquired capacity pursuant to Pipeline's FERC Gas Tariff and

subject to Pipeline's approved rates as such tariff and rates may

change from time to time. For purposes of transactions entered into

subject to this Section 25.1, the "shipper must have title" requirement

is waived.


25.2 In the event that Off-System Capacity used to render service to

Pipeline's Customers is subject to renewal limitations, consistent with

the Off-System Capacity provider's tariff or operating statement

Pipeline will indicate, in any posting of capacity available for

service, any limitation to extension rights that will apply as a result

of the limitation on the Off-System Capacity. Any such extension

limitation shall be reflected in the Service Agreement between Pipeline

and Customer. This provision shall not impact any right of first

refusal Customer may have pursuant to GT&C Section 24.2.A, except that

extension of the affected Service Agreement shall be limited to the

term of Pipeline's contract or service agreement with the Off-System

Capacity provider.


25.3 If Pipeline determines that it no longer needs Off-System Capacity,

Pipeline may assign the capacity in accordance with the capacity

release tariff requirements of the affected pipeline or Pipeline may

reduce or terminate capacity held on the third-party pipeline through

contract rescission, buyout or buydown or by giving notice at the

expiration of the primary term of the underlying Service Agreement.