Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company


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Effective Date: 09/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 23-019, Status: Effective

Substitute Original Sheet No. 104 Substitute Original Sheet No. 104 : Effective









3.4 In the event that Transporter is able to schedule receipt of IS gas that

Transporter requires Shipper to withdraw and Shipper fails to withdraw it

within the ten day period (or other period agreed to by Transporter),

Transporter will take title to such IS storage inventory that Shipper was

instructed to withdraw, at no cost to Transporter, free and clear of any

adverse claims and shall be held harmless from any claims resulting from

the Shipper's forfeiture of this gas.


3.5 The value of any gas forfeited by Shippers under Sections 3.3 and 3.4

above will be credited to cashout activity as specified in Section 7(f) of

Rate Schedule LMS-MA. The value credited will be commensurate to the

cashout as determined in accordance with the procedures established in

Rate Schedule LMS-MA for the month in which the forfeiture occurred.


3.6 Transporter's notice to Shipper to interrupt service may be oral and will

be confirmed by electronic facsimile or letter.


3.7 Transporter will receive Shipper's quantities of gas and inject them, less

applicable fuel, into storage in accordance with Section 5 of this rate

schedule for the Shipper's account. Transporter will withdraw from

storage for Shipper, in accordance with Section 6 of this rate schedule,

quantities of gas from Shipper's storage inventory and deliver such

quantities to or for the Shipper's account. Such injections, storage, and

withdrawals are fully interruptible.


3.8 Transporter may curtail service to any Shipper who is delinquent in

payments under the IS Service Agreement, effective 15 days following

written notice by Transporter.