Natural Gas Pipeline Company Of America

Seventh Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/18/2008, Docket: RP08-319-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 54 Original Sheet No. 54 : Pending






which lower charge must be consistent with the minimum Reservation

Rate(s) specified in this Tariff. By mutual agreement between

Natural and Shipper which is consistent with the pro forma Agreement

set out in this Tariff, discounts may be limited to specific volumes.

Shipper shall be obligated to pay the Reservation Charge hereunder

beginning as of the date service under the FFTS Agreement commences.

Service shall be deemed to commence on the later of the date

specified in the FFTS Agreement or the date Natural is able to render

firm service hereunder to Shipper.


(2) For Shippers electing the LN option, the

applicable maximum reservation rate shall be increased by the LN

Surcharge as set out in this Tariff.


(3) For Shippers electing the SW option, the

applicable maximum unit Daily Reservation Rate shall be determined in

accordance with the following formula:


RR = PPR + [HRR - PPR]





RR = applicable maximum unit Daily Reservation Rate.


PPR = the applicable maximum unit Daily Reservation Rate

for the weighted average of all primary paths under

the Agreement.


HRR = the highest maximum unit Daily Reservation Rate

which could apply to any haul on Natural's system

under Natural's effective Rate Schedule FFTS rate



If applicable, the LN Surcharge shall be added to the rate so



(b) The maximum monthly Commodity Charge shall be the

applicable maximum unit Commodity Rate(s) set out in this Tariff

multiplied by the quantity of gas delivered by Natural to Shipper

hereunder during the billing month plus an amount equal to the

volumes attributable to Fuel Gas and Gas Lost and Unaccounted For

multiplied by one-half of the applicable maximum unit Commodity

Rate(s). The Commodity Charge payable by any Shipper shall be the

maximum Commodity Charge unless a lower Commodity Charge is