National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 10/25/2009, Docket: RP09-1072-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 103 Third Revised Sheet No. 103

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 103



Firm Storage Service





2.6 Transporter shall provide service under this FSS Rate Schedule

through its combined utilization of each of its individual

storage fields. Shipper's Storage Balance shall not be stored in

or allocated to any particular storage field(s).


2.7 A shipper receiving service under this FSS Rate Schedule shall

not lose priority for purposes of this section by the renewal or

extension of term of that service.


2.8 Service under this FSS Rate Schedule shall be provided on a basis

that is equal in quality for all gas supplies transported

hereunder, whether or not purchased from Seller.


2.9 When necessary to assure that a storage service will not in

Transporter's judgment interfere with the integrity of its

system, or service to existing firm transportation or firm

storage customers, Transporter may limit Shipper's right to

inject and/or withdraw gas hereunder in the FSS Service Agreement

to specified percentages of the MDIQ and/or MDWQ during specified

periods of the Storage Year or while Shipper's Storage Balance is

at specified levels, or during other specified periods, and

Shipper may be required to reduce its Storage Balance according

to a specified schedule, and in such cases the FSS Service

Agreement will reflect any such specifications. If Shipper does

not reduce its Storage Balance in accordance with a schedule set

forth in the FSS Service Agreement, any excess shall be

considered a positive imbalance, occurring as of the time

Shipper's obligation to reduce its Storage Balance was not

satisfied, and shall be subject to Section 14 of the General

Terms and Conditions of this tariff, including, without

limitation, the transportation balancing fee (which shall apply

in addition to all charges due hereunder) and the provisions

relating to clearing of imbalances; provided, however, that the

maximum transportation balancing fee (i.e., 1.0 x the ISS Rate)

shall apply to any and all excess gas in storage.