National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/1993, Docket: RP94- 44-001, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 17 First Revised Sheet No. 17 : Superseded

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 17



Firm Transportation Service



4. RATE (Cont'd.)


(d) An amount to reimburse Transporter for filing fees paid

to the Commission associated with the transportation



(e) An amount to reimburse Transporter for the cost of any

new facilities installed by Transporter to receive or

deliver natural gas for the account of Shipper;

including, but not limited, to equipment sufficient to

provide Transporter with real time measurement,

communication and control capability.


(f) With respect to services resulting from the assignment

of capacity associated with Transporter's Rate Schedule

X-58 to firm shippers of Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line

Corporation, a surcharge to Transporter's reservation

and commodity charges (set forth on Sheet No. 5 as "X-58

conversion surcharge"), calculated to recover the

difference between Transporter's rates for X-58 service

and its maximum rates for FT service.


4.3 Transporter will retain the percent of receipts set forth on

Sheet No. 5 as "fuel, loss and company-use retention."


4.4 Except as provided by valid rule or regulation, Transporter is

not obligated to offer to transport or transport gas at any

rates or allowances less than the maximum rates and allowances

specified for this rate schedule on Sheet No. 5; however,

nothing precludes Transporter from charging a rate between the

maximum and minimum rate or retaining an allowance less than

the maximum allowance for service under this Rate Schedule as

set forth on Sheet No. 5.





5.1 Upon request of Shipper, Transporter may (but is not obligated

to) receive, transport, and deliver quantities of natural gas

in excess of Shipper's MDTQ on any day under the FT Service

Agreement when, in Transporter's judgment, the delivery

capacity of its system will permit such receipt,

transportation, and delivery without impairing the ability of