Discovery Gas Transmission LLC

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Effective Date: 11/14/2005, Docket: RP06- 78-001, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 117 First Revised Sheet No. 117 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 117



2.8 REQUEST INVALIDATION - Requests for service submitted by potential

Shippers after the initial in-service date of Transporter's System will

be deemed invalid if service is requested to commence more than ninety

(90) Days after a request for service is submitted, unless new or

additional facilities are required to provide the service. If new or

additional facilities are required to provide the service, requests for

service using said facilities may not specify a service commencement

date more than thirty (30) Days after the in-service date of the new



2.9 REQUESTS FOR OPERATING DATA - Upon request by Transporter, Shipper shall

submit estimates of daily, monthly and annual quantities of Gas to be

transported, including peak day requirements, together with the

estimated amounts thereof applicable to each Primary Receipt Point and

Primary Delivery Point. Transporter will use such information and

operating data to determine its System's Available Capacity, to evaluate

potential System Capacity needs, to plan its maintenance and repair

operations, and to assure adequate service to its Shippers.


2.10 ADDITIONAL FACILITIES - Transporter shall not be required to construct

additional facilities, modify or expand facilities, or acquire

facilities to provide Firm Transportation service.


2.11 FUTURE EMERGENCY SERVICE - If, within five years from the date of a Rate

Schedule FT-2 Service Agreement between Transporter and a Shipper (the

"Funding Shipper") that reimburses Transporter for the costs of the

facilities installed during 2005 following Hurricane Katrina to create

additional capacity by reversing flow on the Expansion Facilities to

receive gas from the delivery point at Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company,

Transporter decides (in its sole discretion) to use the same facilities

during a future emergency, the Funding Shipper shall have a higher

priority in the allocation of such capacity but only to the extent that

all other aspects of the Funding Shipper's bid for the capacity are

equal to the competing bids as measured pursuant to Transporter's FERC

Gas Tariff.