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Seventh Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/16/2009, Docket: RP10-53-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 398 Third Revised Sheet No. 398

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 398





(B) Injection Charge:


The Injection Charge Rate, as determined pursuant to Section 3.1 herein,

multiplied by the Quantity of Gas injected pursuant to Rate Schedule ISS-1 for

the Month.


(C) Withdrawal Charge:


The applicable Withdrawal Charge Rate, as determined pursuant to Section 3.1

herein, multiplied by the Quantity of Gas withdrawn from storage pursuant to

Rate Schedule ISS-1 for the Month.








5.1 General Procedure. If Customer desires Pipeline to store Gas for Customer's account

under this Rate Schedule, it shall give notice to Pipeline specifying the Quantity of

Gas, not in excess of the MDIQ, which Customer desires to be injected into storage

under this Rate Schedule on such Day. Subject to Section 7 of Rate Schedule ISS-1,

Pipeline shall thereupon inject the Quantity of Gas so nominated subject to the

limitations set forth herein. The Natural Gas received by Pipeline for Customer's

account for storage injection pursuant to this Rate Schedule shall be those quantities

scheduled for delivery pursuant to Service Agreements for transportation service

between Pipeline and Customer under transactions which specify as a Point of Delivery

the "ISS-1 Storage Point". For purposes of billing of Usage Charges under

transportation Rate Schedules for deliveries of Gas to the "ISS-1 Storage Point", such

deliveries for injection into storage scheduled directly to the "ISS-1 Storage Point"

shall be deemed to have been delivered 60% in Market Zone 2 and 40% in Market Zone 3.


5.2 Pipeline shall permit transfers of title of Gas in Storage Inventory, provided both

Customers have executed a service agreement under Rate Schedules SS-1, FSS-1 and/or

ISS-1 and that such transfer does not permit either Customer to exceed its MSQ

specified in such service agreement. Such transferred quantities shall not be included

in any Customer's Storage Inventory for purposes of determining Customer's daily

withdrawal rights until twenty-four (24) hours following the date of transfer. In lieu

of transferring its Storage Inventory to another storage service Customer, Customer may

transfer all or a portion of its Storage Inventory to another of its Open-Access

storage service agreements, provided that no portion of the term of the agreements

involved in the transfer overlap. A Customer that desires to transfer Storage

Inventory to another Customer or to another of its Open-Access storage service

agreements must submit the required information, which shall include, at a minimum, the

identification of the storage service agreements involved in the transfer, the quantity

to be transferred, and the effective date of the transfer, via the LINK® System. If a

proposed transfer involves a storage service agreement that has terminated, the

required information must be submitted within three (3) Business Days after the end of

the term of the applicable agreement. The proposed transfer must be confirmed via the

LINK® System by the Customer to whom the Storage Inventory is to be transferred before

the transfer is processed by Pipeline.


5.3 In addition to accepting Gas for storage injection at the ISS-1 Storage Point, Pipeline

will accept Gas tendered at points of interconnection between Pipeline and third party

facilities at Oakford and Leidy Storage Fields provided that such receipt does not

result in Customer tendering aggregate quantities for storage in excess of the Customer



5.4 Notice Required. The notice given by Customer to Pipeline for injections on any Day

shall be in accordance with Section 4 of Pipeline's General Terms and Conditions of

this FERC Gas Tariff.