Caledonia Gas And Storage

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 12/05/2007, Docket: RP08- 57-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 17 First Revised Sheet No. 17 : Effective

Superseding: Superseding Original Sheet No. 17

Any loss of storage Gas that results from a Force Majeure event or that is not

the result of Caledonia’s negligence or failure to exercise due




The monthly bill for Interruptible Storage Service shall reflect the

applicable charges set forth under Section 4 of this ISS Rate Schedule at

rates set forth in Customer’s ISS Service Agreement.



The term for service under this ISS Rate Schedule shall be as set forth

in the executed ISS Service Agreement. Notwithstanding anything to the

contrary in this Tariff, Caledonia may agree with any Customer, on a not

unduly discriminatory basis, to an extension of the term of a Service

Agreement for an additional term to be negotiated on a case-by-case




(a) In the event that Caledonia determines, in its reasonable

judgment, that some or all Interruptible Storage Service(s) must be

interrupted in order to satisfy Caledonia’s obligations to FSS, AISS, or AILS

Customers, or that such interruption is otherwise necessary or is otherwise

appropriate to avoid adverse impact on the operation of Caledonia’s system,

Caledonia will notify any affected Customer receiving Interruptible Storage

Service that they are required to reduce their Interruptible Storage

Balance(s) over the period specified in the notice. Such notice shall be

issued to Customers, via facsimile or email, on a price basis, where lower

price services will be noticed before higher price services. At a maximum,

Customers will have one (1) Day in which to comply with the notice.


(b) If Customer fails to comply with the notice given in accordance

with Section 7(a) of this ISS Rate Schedule, Caledonia may cash out the

Storage Balance quantity that Customer was advised, but failed to reduce or

eliminate at the sales price of the Gas less ten percent (10%) for the

positive Interruptible Storage Balance not eliminated.



(a) Customer’s ISS Service Agreement(s) and the respective

obligations of the Parties hereunder are subject to all valid laws, orders,

rules and regulations of duly constituted authorities having jurisdiction, and

are conditioned upon the issuance, by FERC and any state or local governmental

agency having jurisdiction, of requisite authorization for Caledonia to

provide the storage service contemplated herein and to construct and operate

the gas storage facilities necessary to provide such storage service and for

any connected pipeline to transport natural gas to/from the Point(s) of

Receipt/Delivery necessary to effect the storage service provided



(b) Caledonia shall have the right to propose to FERC or any other

governing regulatory body such changes in its rates and terms of service as it

deems necessary, and this ISS Service Agreement shall be deemed to include any

changes which are made effective pursuant to an order or regulation or

provisions of law, without prejudice to Customer’s right to protest the