Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Company, LLC

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 12/31/2008, Docket: RP09-158-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 115 Original Sheet No. 115



Liquefied Natural Gas Storage Service







4.1 Liquefaction Demand


The Liquefaction Demand shall be that quantity set forth in the service agreement and

shall be used to determine the Demand Charges payable by Buyer hereunder.


4.2 Liquefaction Capacity Quantity


The Liquefaction Capacity Quantity shall be that quantity set forth in the service

agreement and shall be used to determine Capacity Charges payable by Buyer hereunder.


4.3 Liquefied Gas Balance


The Liquefied Gas Balance of Buyer at any particular time shall be the quantity of gas

in storage in liquid form for Buyer's account at such time.


4.4 Withdrawal Period


The Withdrawal Period shall be the five consecutive months beginning on November 1 of

any year and extending through the next succeeding March 31.


4.5 Injection Period


The Injection Period shall be the seven consecutive months beginning on April 1 and

extending through the succeeding October 31.





Service agreements for service hereunder shall become effective at the beginning of a

Withdrawal Period. The initial liquefaction and filling of Seller's liquid storage tank

shall be with Seller's gas. During a Withdrawal Period, Seller shall gasify and deliver to

Buyer quantities of gas stored hereunder for Buyer in accordance with Buyer's nominations

made within the limitations provided in this rate schedule. Buyer shall be obligated to

return to Seller during the immediately succeeding Injection Period, quantities of gas equal

to those so delivered plus quantities retained pursuant to Section 3.4.