Northwest Pipeline Corporation G P

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/2009, Docket: RP09-1056-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 55A Original Sheet No. 55A



Storage Gas Service - Firm (Continued)





Shippers that are subject to this Rate Schedule may agree to

transfer their respective Jackson Prairie Working Gas Inventories to any

capacity holder in the Jackson Prairie Storage facility under Rate

Schedules SGS-2F, SGS-2I, and PAL. Participating Shippers must notify

Transporter's Marketing Services personnel of their intent to transfer

such inventory, in writing, prior to the beginning of the gas day in

which such transfer will occur. Transfers of Working Gas Inventory may

not result in any Shipper taking title to quantities that exceed such

Shipper's contractual rights.


Pursuant to the January 15, 1998 Gas Storage Project Agreement, owners

of the Jackson Prairie Storage Project may transfer portions of their

respective available working gas inventories, as defined in the Project

Agreement, to each other. Upon agreement of the parties, and subject to

the terms of the Project Agreement, Transporter may utilize its

ownership account on behalf of a Rate Schedule SGS-2F Shipper to

transfer such Shipper's Working Gas Inventory to an owner's available

working gas inventory account. Conversely, an owner may transfer its

available working gas inventory to a Rate Schedule SGS-2F Shipper's

Working Gas Inventory account.


Transfers from a SGS-2F to SGS-2I, PAL contracts will be scheduled

pursuant to the priority of service provisions and curtailment policy in

Section 12 of the General Terms and Conditions.