Great Lakes Gas Transport, L.L.C.

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/1993, Docket: RP97-157-006, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 38 Original Sheet No. 38 : Effective




Interruptible Transportation Service






(b) An IT Service Agreement shall be executed by Shipper and Trans-

porter following Transporter's acceptance in writing of Shipper's

request for service. In the event the IT Service Agreement is

not executed and returned by Shipper within thirty (30) days

after Transporter tendered the agreement, Transporter shall

consider the request for service invalid.


4.4 Shipper's IT Service Agreement shall be terminated and Shipper's

request for service shall be deemed null and void if Shipper fails to

tender gas for transportation within fifteen (15) days after the later



(a) Shipper's service commencement date established pursuant to

Subsection 4.1(c) of this Rate Schedule; or


(b) the date on which the IT Service Agreement is executed by

Shipper; or


(c) the date on which Shipper is notified that any facilities

necessary to render the requested service are ready for service;

provided, however, Shipper's failure to tender gas for

transportation shall be excused by an event of force majeure, as

defined in Section 8 of the General Terms and Conditions, except

a temporary failure of Shipper's gas supply or a line freeze-up

under Shipper's reasonable control.




5.1 The applicable maximum and minimum rates per Dth for deliveries are

set forth on the currently-effective Sheet No. 5 of this Tariff, and

these rates are incorporated herein by reference.


5.2 For all service rendered under this IT Rate Schedule during each

month, Shipper shall pay Transporter:


(a) Commodity Charge. A charge per Dth times the number of Dth of

all gas delivered by Transporter during the billing month.