Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation

Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 11-009, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 264 Original Sheet No. 264 : Effective






3.2 After gas is no longer needed by Pipeline for purposes set forth in

Section 2 of this Rate Schedule TABS-2, Pipeline shall then notify TABS-2 Parties

of the same. TABS-2 Parties shall have five (5) days from such notification

absent agreement to the contrary, in which to remove any remaining gas from

Pipeline's system, or TABS-2 Parties may attempt to sell any remaining gas to

Customers on Pipeline's system. In addition, (a) upon request of the TABS-2

Party and (b) subject to such TABS-2 Party being a LINKþ System Subscriber and

subject to Section 2.7 of the General Terms and Conditions, Pipeline will post on

the LINKþ System additional information regarding the TABS-2 Party's quantities

available for sale, (e.g., (a) the quantity of gas available for sale by the

TABS-2 Party, (b) the price requested by such TABS-2 Party, and (c) the TABS

Service Point(s) at which such gas is available for sale). In the event the

TABS-2 Party does not remove any remaining gas from Pipeline's system, whether by

sale or other means, within five (5) days after notice from Pipeline, then (a)

the TABS-2 Party's gas shall be deemed to be in storage pursuant to Rate Schedule

ISS-1, and the TABS-2 Party shall pay, absent agreement to the contrary, the

maximum rates thereunder for the period the TABS-2 Party leaves gas on Pipeline's

system after such five (5) day period and until such gas is removed from

Pipeline's system, or (b) in the event the TABS-2 Party is also a TABS-1 Party,

such gas shall be transferred to the TABS-2 Party's TABS-1 Service Agreement and

any imbalances thereunder shall be resolved in accordance with Section 8.1(E) of

the General Terms and Conditions of this FERC Gas Tariff. When a TABS-2 Party's

gas is transferred to its TABS-1 Service Agreement, such TABS-2 Party may utilize

all or a portion of such gas to minimize its TABS-1 Service Agreement imbalance

as set forth in Section 3.3 of Rate Schedule TABS-1.


3.3 In the event Pipeline needs to alter receipts and deliveries into its

system such that the result is decreased receipts into the Pipeline to support

system operation, Pipeline may post on the LINKþ System: (a) the quantity of gas

requested for decreased receipts into Pipeline's system; (b) the TABS-2 Service

Point(s) at which such decreased receipts are requested; and (c) the period of

time during which conforming offers will be accepted by Pipeline from TABS-2

Parties. Any pre-qualified TABS-2 Party may offer during the specified time

period to decrease receipts into Pipeline at the TABS-2 Service Point(s)

specified in the posting, and Pipeline shall accept conforming offers on a first-

come, first-served basis. After Pipeline's anticipated need for decreased

receipts has passed, Pipeline shall notify the TABS-2 Party of same, and the

TABS-2 Party shall have a reasonable time in which to come back into balance.