Stingray Pipeline Company, L. L. C.

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/2008, Docket: RP08-436-000, Status: Effective

Sixth Revised Sheet No. 54 Sixth Revised Sheet No. 54

Superseding: Fifth Revised Sheet No. 54






(a) The term of service hereunder shall be set forth in the

ITS Agreement between Shipper and Stingray. Stingray may

terminate the ITS Agreement if Shipper fails to cause Gas

to be delivered during any twelve (12) consecutive Months

when capacity is available, unless Shipper's failure to

deliver Gas was attributable to circumstances of Force



(b) The General Terms and Conditions of this Tariff shall

govern the applicability of rollovers vis a vis an ITS

Agreement. Upon termination of any ITS Agreement, and

subject to such rollovers, service by Stingray to Shipper

thereunder shall be terminated and automatically



(c) Stingray may terminate any ITS Agreement if Stingray is

required by the FERC or some other agency or court to

provide service for others utilizing the interruptible

System capacity or capability required for service under

such ITS Agreement or if Stingray ceases (after receipt

of any requisite regulatory authorization) to offer

service of the type covered by the ITS Agreement.




5.1 Shipper shall pay Stingray each Month under this Rate

Schedule ITS a one-part Commodity Charge for each Dth of

Gas received for transportation, together with such

other charges as are identified in this Tariff. The

maximum Monthly Commodity Charge shall be the applicable

maximum unit rate set out in this Tariff multiplied by

the quantity of Gas actually received by Stingray for

transportation during the billing Month.


Where a Shipper has agreed to pay a Negotiated Rate or a

rate under a Negotiated Rate Formula, the rates assessed

hereunder shall be governed by Section 34 of the General

Terms and Conditions of this Tariff. A request for

service at a Negotiated Rate or a rate under a Negotiated

Rate Formula shall specify the Negotiated Rate or

Negotiated Rate Formula on which the Shipper is willing

to agree.