Texas Gas Transmission, LLC

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/09/2010, Docket: RP10-956-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 407 Second Revised Sheet No. 407

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 407





11.2 Pursuant to the provisions set forth below, Customer shall deliver in kind to

Texas Gas during each Summer Season a quantity of gas equal to that portion of

Customer's Unnominated Seasonal Quantity actually utilized by Customer

(including any in-field transfers pursuant to Section 16.8(c) of the General

Terms and Conditions of this tariff) during the prior Winter Season (as well as

any Shoulder Month quantities delivered to Customer during the Summer Season).

Customer shall reserve and utilize such portion of its Summer Contract Demand as

necessary to redeliver such volumes into storage.


11.3 Maximum Daily Injection Quantity:


To protect the storage formations and allow uniform filling of the storage

reservoirs, Customer will be required to adhere to certain injection limits

(calculated as a percentage of the Unnominated Seasonal Quantity), throughout

the summer injection period. During the Summer Season Customer may, on a daily

basis, inject according to the following table:


% of Unnominated Maximum Available

Seasonal Quantity Injection Rate

Injected (% of USQ)


0% - 65% 1.3%

65% - 90% 1.1%

>90% 0.6%


11.4 Inventory verification tests will be conducted on a semiannual basis. These

tests require the temporary suspension of individual storage field activities

(injections and withdrawals) for a period of approximately two (2) weeks. If

conditions will not permit the full maximum daily injection or withdrawal

quantity, Texas Gas may temporarily adjust the limit and allow make-up

quantities on succeeding days. Texas Gas will provide at least 45 days notice

on its Internet Website in regard to the scheduling of these shut-in periods to

allow Customers to adjust for the interruption of storage.


11.5 During the Summer Season (except as provided in Section 11.6 below), Texas Gas

will also withdraw gas from storage on a best efforts basis as part of the NNS

service. Although such withdrawals will be done on a best efforts basis, Texas

Gas will be presumed, unless it gives notice to the contrary, to be able to

withdraw from storage such quantities of gas as to take into account routine

variations in no-notice services. If Texas Gas is unable to make such best

efforts withdrawals, it will advise Customer by posting on its Internet Website.

However, no presumption will exist for non-routine situations (e.g. withdrawals

in excess of 10% of Customer's Winter Contract Demand or sustained withdrawals of

more than five days) and, in such non-routine situations, Customer must give 24

hours advance written notice to Texas Gas of quantities it desires to withdraw

from storage, so that Texas Gas can determine the extent to which it can make

such withdrawals and adjust its operations accordingly.