Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Company, LLC

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/12/2009, Docket: RP09-763-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 176 First Revised Sheet No. 176

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 176



Interconnect Transfer Service







4.1 Service under this rate schedule shall consist of the receipt of gas on behalf of

Buyer at an eligible interconnect on Seller's system, up to the Maximum Daily Quantity

specified in the executed Service Agreement, and the transfer of equivalent quantities

(dts) of natural gas by Seller for Buyer, or for Buyer's account, to another eligible

interconnect on Transco's system located within 50 pipeline miles, as represented on

1Line, of the interconnect at which the gas was received.


4.2 Buyer shall make any necessary arrangements with other parties so as to be able to

deliver gas to Seller at the initial point(s) of transfer and receive gas at the final

point(s) of transfer; provided, however, that such arrangements shall be compatible

with the operating conditions of Seller's pipeline system and shall provide for

coordinated scheduling with Seller. Buyer shall deliver, or cause to be delivered, to

Seller the scheduled daily quantities hereunder as nearly as possible at uniform

hourly rates.





5.1 Buyer shall notify or cause Seller to be notified of Buyer's service requirements

under this Rate Schedule in advance of such requirements in accordance with the

nomination deadlines as provided on 1Line. Seller, in its sole judgment, may waive

any nomination and ranking deadlines, on a non-discriminatory basis, if Seller

determines that operating conditions permit. Buyer shall nominate quantities from the

initial point(s) of transfer to the final point(s) of transfer. Such nominated

quantities shall be subject to confirmation by Seller which shall be based on the best

operating information available to Seller. Such confirmed quantity shall be deemed

the scheduled quantity. Buyer and Seller shall have scheduling personnel available to

be contacted 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, and Buyer shall cause the interconnect

operators supplying gas at the initial transfer point(s) to do the same.


5.2 In reaching its determination of the availability of service under this rate schedule

each day, Seller will use the following order of priority and procedures:


(a) In the event that Seller is required to allocate capacity on its system, it shall

give first priority to all firm and interruptible transportation service

scheduled pursuant to Section 28 of the General Terms and Conditions of Seller's

Volume No. 1 Tariff. To the extent Seller has remaining capacity to render

service under this rate schedule, it shall be allocated among Buyers as follows:


(b) Seller shall give interruptible priority based on Buyer's willingness to pay the

highest unit rate for such service (not to exceed the maximum rate for such

service under Seller's Rate Schedule ICTS) with Buyers paying the highest unit

rate, or Buyers, which when given notice of interruption are willing to pay the

highest unit rate, receiving first priority and so on (with service allocated on

a pro rata basis among Buyers willing to pay the same unit rate for such