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. 451 Original Sheet No. 451 : Pending






point path under the request must not result in a rate reduction

vis a vis the path in the existing Agreement; provided, however,

that a Shipper shall have the one-time right to adjust its path to

the extent provided in Appendix C to the "Stipulation and Agreement

on Reserved Issues" filed February 8, 1995, in Docket No. RP93-36.

Any request for an increase in MDQ in total or at any primary point

shall be treated as a request for new service, but only to the

extent of the increase. Any notice hereunder specifying a decrease

in MDQ in total or at any primary point shall not affect the

existing Agreement during the remainder of its term.


(2) Within ninety (90) days after receipt of the

notice described in (1) above, Natural will have evaluated the

creditworthiness of Shipper. If Shipper meets the requirements of

Natural's credit appraisal procedures and its request conforms to

the requirements of (1), Natural shall tender to Shipper a rollover

Agreement which conforms to the requirements of this Tariff.

Shipper and Natural shall execute such rollover Agreement, or any

modified Agreement upon which Natural and Shipper may mutually

agree which is not inconsistent with this Tariff, within ninety

(90) days thereafter. Failure to execute a conforming rollover

Agreement shall constitute a waiver by Shipper of its rights under

this Section 22.2.


(3) Except as expressly agreed to the contrary

between Natural and Shipper, no discount or other special terms

previously in effect shall apply to a rollover Agreement.


(b) A former sales customer of Natural under Rate

Schedule DMQ-1 or G-1 which converted to other service(s) effective

December 1, 1993, pursuant to the restructuring procedures of

Natural's Tariff then in effect shall have the unilateral right to

rollover any Agreement initially entered into on conversion

regardless of its term, but such unilateral rollover right shall

not extend to the rollover Agreement, which Agreement must be

evaluated on a stand-alone basis as to any further rollover. In

addition, a converting sales customer which elected service under

Rate Schedule S-2 or S-2/G pursuant to the restructuring provisions

of Natural's Tariff shall have a one-time right, upon termination

of the S-2 or S-2/G Agreement entered into upon conversion, to

elect to rollover all or part of such Agreement into service under

Rate Schedule FTS or (in the case of a "G" Shipper) FTS and/or FTS-

G, in any combination which results in an aggregate rollover