National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/01/1996, Docket: RP95- 31-011, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 180 First Revised Sheet No. 180 : Superseded

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 180







12.7 Available Upstream Firm Transportation Capacity. The following

upstream arrangements are available for assignment pursuant to

this Section 12:


Quantity Expiration

Pipeline Service (Dth/Day) Date


Tennessee CD-4 54,300 11/1/2000

CD-5 25,225 11/1/2000

FTB-5 75,000 11/1/2000

FTB-4 125,000 11/1/2000

T-1 30,750 10/31/92


Transco FT 26,332 10/31/2004


Texas Eastern CD 56,308 11/1/99

FT 23,209 11/1/99


Columbia CDS-6 2,926 11/1/2004

CDS-7 34 11/1/2004

FTS 6,263 10/31/2004

FSS 18,417 10/31/2004


CNG RQ 163,906 12/31/93




12.8 Special Provision regarding certain exchange agreements.


Where Transporter, pursuant to a certificated exchange

agreement, may cause another pipeline to receive gas associated

with a source of Appalachian production at one or more points

of receipt ("Exchange Points") and deliver such gas to

Transporter, such Exchange Points may be used by a Shipper

receiving service under the FT, EFT, FST, IT, or IAS Rate

Schedule as a receipt point, subject to the terms and

conditions set forth in such Rate Schedule. Transporter shall

pass-through any costs and retainages imposed by such other

pipeline to the Shippers using Exchange Points as receipt

points, on an as-billed basis.