Williams Natural Gas Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 10/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 12-003, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 245 Original Sheet No. 245 : Superseded









(c) A Primary Shipper may only reassign capacity between primary

receipt and primary delivery points specified in the

executed service agreement. The Replacement Shipper and any

subsequent Releasing Shipper must obtain the Primary

Shipper's consent, in writing, to any change in the primary

receipt or delivery points requested by the Replacement

Shipper(s). Secondary receipt and secondary delivery points

and pooling points are available to a Replacement Shipper to

the same extent that they are available to the Releasing

Shipper pursuant to Article 4.2.


Except as provided in the preceding paragraph, a Replacement

Shipper has the same receipt and delivery point flexibility

rights and restrictions as the Primary Shipper and is

subject to the same creditworthiness and regulatory fee

requirements. A Releasing Shipper may not impose additional

creditworthiness requirements. The Replacement Shipper may

only reassign the capacity under this Article 11.


(d) The Primary Shipper, any Subsequent Shipper, and any

Replacement Shipper remain liable to WNG for the reservation

fee and any reservation fee surcharges under its service

agreement and shall receive a credit for revenues received

from the current Replacement Shipper as provided in Article

11.7 below. Releasing Shippers utilizing this procedure

release WNG from any liability resulting from the breach by

the Replacement Shipper(s) of any conditions or restrictions

specified by the Releasing Shipper(s).