Midwest Gas Storage, Inc.

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/15/1994, Docket: CP90-454-006, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 112 Superseding First Revised Sheet No. 112 Superseding : Effective



8.8 MARKETING FEE: Midwest may negotiate with Releasing

Shipper to market all or a portion of the released

capacity to potential Replacement Shippers who, as a

result of such marketing activity, bid for such

capacity during the competitive bidding procedure.

If Midwest contracts with a Replacement Shipper

found by Midwest, Midwest shall be entitled to a

marketing fee which will be negotiated between

Midwest and Releasing Shipper, such marketing fee to

be deducted monthly from credits due Releasing

Shipper with respect to each dth of capacity

purchased by the Releasing Shipper. Each

Replacement Shipper found by Midwest shall submit

with its bid a statement attesting to Midwest's

marketing efforts in connection with such

Replacement Shipper's decision to purchase released

capacity. Such statement shall constitute

conclusive evidence of Midwest's proactive marketing

effort entitling Midwest to a marketing fee.


8.9 TERM: Any release under this Section 8 for Service

under Rate Schedule FSS shall be for a maximum term

not longer than the remaining term of the underlying

FSS Service Agreement.




9.1 Permanent Changes to Primary Receipt and Delivery Points:

Subject to the Section 1 of this Rate Schedule, any FSS

Shipper may permanently change primary receipt or

delivery points by amending Exhibit A of its Service

Agreement. For the purposes of this Section 9, the

Point(s) of Injection and Point(s) of Withdrawal

specified in Section I on Exhibit A to an FSS Shipper's

Service Agreement are deemed to be primary receipt points

and primary delivery points, respectively.