Tuscarora Gas Transmission Company

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Effective Date: 07/30/2008, Docket: RP09-302-000, Status: Effective

Fifth Revised Sheet No. 78 Fifth Revised Sheet No. 78

Superseding: Fourth Revised Sheet No. 78






(f) Capacity resold under this Section 26, including capacity resold

under the bidding exception of Section 26.10(a), shall be subject

to the maximum rates except as otherwise provided in Section 26.4

(f), including any applicable surcharges, set forth in

Transporter's rate sheets for the applicable rate schedule. If

Releasing Shipper specifies that the capacity may be released on a

volumetric-rate basis, the volumetric rate for the release shall

apply only to the reservation portion of the rate and shall be

subject to the maximum volumetric rates set forth in Transporter's

rate sheets for the applicable rate schedule except as otherwise

provided in Section 26.4(f). Capacity released subject to recall

is firm service subject to the same rate requirements provided in

this section as capacity released not subject to recall.


(g) Capacity released hereunder shall be acquired by the Replacement

Shipper under the FT Rate Schedule.


26.9 Capacity Request Notice. If requested by a party desiring to

receive firm capacity under this Section 26, Transporter shall post

a notice of such desire (including quantity, Receipt Points,

Delivery Points, period, and rate) on its Web Site for one month.


26.10 Exception to Bidding Requirement. A release under this Section

26.10 may be effected by the Releasing Shipper's satisfying the

notice requirements of Section 26.4 and the selected Approved

Bidder's submitting a bid satisfying the requirements of Section

26.4. Such release shall become effective immediately upon

Transporter's receipt of both such notice and such bid, but no

sooner than the date specified in Releasing Shipper's Notice,

subject to compliance with the other provisions of this Tariff,

including the execution of a New Transportation Service Agreement in

accordance with Section 26.6.


(a) Releases for any period of thirty-one (31) days or less do not

require bidding. Unless capacity is released pursuant to

either an asset management agreement or state-approved retail

access program, a firm shipper may not rollover, extend, or in

any way continue the release to the same replacement shipper

using the 31 days or less bidding exemption until 28 days after

the first release period has ended. The 28-day hiatus does not

apply to any re-release to the same Replacement Shipper that is

posted for bidding or that qualifies for any of the other

exemptions from bidding set forth herein.


(b) A release for more than one year at the maximum applicable

tariff rate does not require bidding.


(c) A permanent release of a long-term contract at the maximum

applicable tariff rate when the remaining term is less than

three hundred and sixty-five (365) days does not require