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. 205 Original Sheet No. 205 : Pending







(a) Shipper shall arrange separately for the transportation

of gas to and from Natural's storage points and shall make all

necessary arrangements separately with Natural or other parties

upstream of the point where gas is tendered to Natural for

injection into storage hereunder and downstream of the point where

the gas is withdrawn from storage by Natural for the account of

Shipper. Such arrangements must be consistent with this Rate

Schedule NSS and must be coordinated with Natural. To be eligible

for service hereunder, Shipper or its supplier or purchaser must

comply with all applicable provisions of any separate

transportation Agreement(s) and any applicable Rate Schedule(s) and

the applicable General Terms and Conditions and the injection or

withdrawal of gas hereunder shall be subject to confirmation,

scheduling and curtailment procedures affecting such

transportation. The injection, withdrawal and location of storage

inventory under any NSS Agreement must be consistent with Shipper's

rights under that NSS Agreement for the Amarillo Line and for the

Gulf Coast Line. Storage points hereunder shall be treated as in-

the-path, and thus have the same priority as primary points, to the

extent provided in Section 5.6 of the General Terms and Conditions

of this Tariff. Storage points hereunder may be Receipt and

Delivery Points under the separate transportation Agreements used

for injection and withdrawal hereunder, with the priority

determined pursuant to Section 5.6 of the General Terms and

Conditions of this Tariff. Such transportation Agreements may

designate NSS storage point(s) as the Delivery Point(s) during a

specified injection season, with the applicable priority, and a

market area point as the primary Delivery Point(s) for a defined

withdrawal season.


(b) Shipper must have all of its gas withdrawn by the end

of the term of a NSS Agreement (or Agreement under a successor

service) which is not rolled over or extended. Such withdrawals

may be effectuated through an in-field transfer, subject to the

then applicable rules governing such transfers. If at any time

service pursuant to this Rate Schedule NSS (or successor service)

and/or a NSS Agreement (or Agreement under a successor service) is

cancelled or terminated prior to the end of the term specified in

the NSS Agreement (or successor Agreement), Shipper shall be

required to withdraw its gas over a period of time determined by

dividing: (1) the volume of gas Shipper is required to withdraw,

by (2) fifty percent (50%) of Shipper's MDQ; provided, however,

that if service is being terminated pursuant to Section 19.19 of

the General Terms and Conditions of this Tariff, the withdrawal