Equitrans, L. P.

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Effective Date: 05/16/2010, Docket: RP10-616-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 279 Second Revised Sheet No. 279

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 279




22.11 Recall of Released Capacity. Releasing Customers may, to the

extent permitted as a condition of the capacity release, recall

released capacity (scheduled or unscheduled) at the Timely

Nomination cycle and the Evening Nomination cycle, and recall

unscheduled released capacity at the Intra-Day 1 and Intra-Day 2

Nomination cycles by providing notice to Equitrans by the following

times for each cycle: 8 a.m. CCT for the Timely Nomination cycle;

5:00 p.m. CCT for the Evening Nomination Cycle; 8 a.m. CCT for the

Intra-Day 1 Nomination cycle, and 3:00 p.m. for the Intra-Day 2

Nomination cycle. Notification to Replacement Customers will be

provided by Equitrans within one hour of receipt of recall

notification. Equitrans will support the function of reputting by

Releasing Customers.


22.12 Offers to Purchase Capacity. Any party interested in

acquiring capacity through Equitrans' Capacity Release Program

may provide Equitrans with an offer to purchase capacity.

Equitrans will post any such offer on Equitrans' EBB System and via

EDI for the period requested by the offering party. The fee for

posting such notices shall be $50.


22.13 Execution of Agreements. Equitrans' acceptance of a bid

shall constitute a binding agreement between Equitrans and

the Releasing Customer under which the Releasing Customer

releases the capacity described in the accepted bid and a

binding agreement between Equitrans and the Replacement

Customer under which the Replacement Customer acquires

those rights of the Releasing Customer's that are described

in the accepted bid. Equitrans will provide the Replacement

Customer with a Capacity Release Service Agreement in the form

specified in Equitrans' FERC Gas Tariff, unless the Replacement

Customer has an agreement currently in effect, by 10:00 a.m. CCT on

the day nominations are due. In addition Equitrans will provide a

Release Addendum which confirms the terms and conditions of the

released capacity to the Replacement Customer. The executed

Capacity Release Service Agreement and Release Addendum must be

returned to Equitrans within one (1) day after it is received or

the agreement will terminate. Once the documents have been

executed, the terms of such agreement are not subject to

amendment. At the election of Equitrans, the Releasing

Customer shall promptly execute such further documents as may be

necessary to evidence its release of capacity. Equitrans shall

not be obligated to initiate service to the Replacement Customer

until all documents necessary to effectuate the release are

executed and returned to Equitrans.