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. 125 Original Sheet No. 125



Liquefied Natural Gas Delivery - At Site

(Carlstadt, New Jersey)





4. PROCEDURE (Continued)


4.3 The conditions of delivery are as follows:


(a) Buyer shall give Seller at least 24 hours notice prior to each delivery; such

notice shall state the time the carrier will arrive at Seller's liquefaction-

storage plant, and the quantity of LNG to be received.


(b) It shall be Buyer's responsibility to assure that Buyer's receiving facilities

are compatible with Seller's delivery facilities.


(c) The transportation vehicle shall be in complete compliance with all codes and

regulations pertaining to the design, construction and operation of containers

for the transportation of LNG.


(d) Buyer and/or its carrier company shall have proper insurance and Buyer shall

provide Seller with a certificate of insurance, satisfactory to Seller, prior to

the movement of any vehicle onto Seller's property.


(e) The size of a transportation vehicle shall not be in excess of a size that can

safely negotiate the roads at Seller's liquefaction-storage plant.





The quantity of LNG delivered by Seller to Buyer shall be determined by having the

transportation vehicles weighed on certified scales before and after loading. The carrier

shall have the responsibility of furnishing Seller with certified weights prior to, and

after, loading with LNG. The weight of LNG so delivered shall be converted into dt in

accordance with the American Gas Association Gas Measurement Committee Report No. 5 of Fuel

Gas Energy Metering, as amended, expanded or superseded from time to time, applied in an

appropriate manner.





On each day Buyer receives LNG under this rate schedule, gas shall be made available within

ten (10) days, unless otherwise required by Seller for operational reasons, at Seller's

liquefaction-storage plant located near Carlstadt, New Jersey, as a result of transportation

services performed by Seller for Buyer or Buyer's designee. The quantity of natural gas to

be delivered to Seller shall be the dt delivered by Seller to Buyer under this rate schedule,

multiplied by a fuel retention factor to compensate for fuel and shrinkage at the

liquefaction-storage plant. Seller's fuel and shrinkage factor is specified in the currently

effective Sheet No. 28 of Volume No. 1 of this Tariff.