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. 107 Original Sheet No. 107 : Pending





Terms and Conditions of this Tariff. Further, such transportation

Agreement may specify that such storage point(s) are to be the Delivery

Point(s) during the Injection Period, with the applicable priority, and

that the Shipper's Delivery Point(s) are to be the primary Delivery Points

during the Withdrawal Period.


(c) By mutual agreement and on basis which is not unduly

discriminatory, Natural may accept gas tendered by Shipper for injection at

point(s) other than the Receipt Point(s) if accepting gas at such

alternative point(s) is operationally beneficial to Natural's system.


7.5 (a) A Shipper electing the storage-only option shall have both

its Receipt and Delivery Point under the FRSS Agreement at the designated

storage point as provided under Section 7.4(a)(2) of this Rate Schedule.

Such a Shipper must separately arrange for transportation of gas withdrawn

and must nominate withdrawals and deliveries unless it has firm no-notice

rights under Section 7.5(b).


(b) (1) At the time a Shipper submits its request for service

hereunder and elects the storage-only option (or at such later time as is

mutually agreed), such Shipper may request firm no-notice deliveries to a

specified point which is either a primary Delivery Point, or a secondary

Delivery Point within the primary path, under a designated separate firm

transportation Agreement. The designated firm transportation Agreement may

be a new or existing Agreement, including a capacity Release Agreement.

Shipper shall be eligible for such firm no-notice deliveries up to the

lesser of its firm withdrawal rights under the FRSS Agreement or its

available (unutilized and unnominated) firm transportation service rights

under the firm transportation Agreement(s), subject to the remainder of

this subsection. The path of the designated transportation Agreement must

be such that deliveries to the specified Delivery Point can be supported

operationally from an upstream or downstream physical storage field. On any

day, Shipper's firm no-notice rights shall be limited to withdrawals within

its rights under the FRSS Agreement, and within the unutilized and

unnominated portion of its service rights under such designated firm

transportation Agreement(s). If the designated firm transportation

Agreement is an FFTS Agreement, firm no-notice service is available only on

Available Days or partial Available Days, up to the unutilized and

unnominated portion of the MDQ in effect on that day under the FFTS

Agreement, and within Shipper's withdrawal rights under the FRSS Agreement.


(2) Shipper must designate the firm transportation

Agreement(s) to be utilized for such firm no-notice rights. Such

designation may be revised by mutual agreement of Shipper and Natural.