Iroquois Gas Transmission System, L.P.


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Effective Date: 07/01/1995, Docket: RP94- 72-006, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 84 First Revised Sheet No. 84 : Effective

Superseding: ORIGINAL SHEET NO. 84




(iv) a carrying charge on all capital costs for

the proposed facilities equal to the pre-

tax overall rate of return reflected in

Transporter's most recent rate filing.


(b) The facilities will not increase or decrease

Transporter's main line capacity or compromise the

integrity of Transporter's pipeline system.


(c) The necessary authorizations are obtained from

governmental bodies.


Nothing in this policy statement shall require Transporter to

file an application for a certificate of public convenience

and necessity under Section 7(c) of the Natural Gas Act.

Nothing in this policy statement shall prevent Transporter

from contesting an application for service filed pursuant to

Section 7(a) of the Natural Gas Act. Transporter reserves

the right to seek a waiver of the policy set forth herein,

for good cause shown.





20.1 Force Majeure. Service under this Tariff may be

interrupted or curtailed for reasons of force majeure, and

Transporter shall give Shipper notice as soon as reasonably

possible of such interruption or curtailment.


20.2 Routine Repair and Maintenance. Transporter

shall have the right to interrupt or curtail service in whole

or in part on all or a portion of its system from time to time

to perform routine repair, maintenance, and other construction

or testing procedures on Transporter's system as necessary to

maintain operational capability on Transporter's system or to

comply with applicable regulatory requirements. Transporter

shall exercise due diligence to schedule such activity so as to

minimize disruptions of service to Shippers.