Richfield Gas Storage System

Substitute Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/1997, Docket: RP97-150-002, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 19 First Revised Sheet No. 19 : Superseded

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 19

body (as they may be amended pursuant to Article VIII of this

Agreement), all of which are by reference made a part hereof.


3.3 Changes in Rates and Terms. If the rates or terms of service

are not otherwise fixed by contract, Richfield shall have the right

to propose to the governing regulatory body such changes in its rates

and terms of service as it deems necessary, and this Agreement shall

be deemed to include any changes which are made effective pursuant to

order or regulation or provisions of law, without prejudice to

Customer's right to protest the same.





4.1 Effective Date. This FSS-1 Agreement shall be come effective

on .


4.2 Termination Date. This FSS-1 Agreement shall continue in full

force and effect for a term of .


4.3 Termination Obligations. Termination of this FSS-1 Agreement

shall not relieve Richfield and Customer of the obligation to correct

any imbalances hereunder, or Customer of the obligation to pay money

due hereunder to Richfield. In the event any quantities of gas

remain in storage for Customer's account on the day this FSS-1

Agreement terminates, such remaining quantities shall be redelivered

by Richfield to Customer, at no additional cost to Customer, as soon

as practicable, but commencing not later than sixty (60) days after

such termination.





5.1 Cancellation of Prior Contracts. When this FSS-1 Agreement

becomes effective, it shall supersede and cancel any Precedent

Agreement between the Parties hereto.





6.1 Obtaining Requisite Governmental authorizations. This FSS-1

Agreement and the respective obligations of the parties, hereunder

are subject to all valid laws, orders, rules and regulations of duly

constituted authorities having jurisdiction, and are conditioned upon

the issuance, by the FERC, and any state or local governmental agency