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. 308 Original Sheet No. 308 : Effective








This open-access Rate Schedule is available to any party (hereinafter

called Customer) which has requested interruptible storage service pursuant

to Section 3 of Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation's (hereinafter

called Pipeline) General Terms and Conditions and after review and

acceptance of such request by Pipeline, has entered into a service

agreement with Pipeline for service under Rate Schedule ISS-1 and has

entered into a service agreement under Pipeline's Transportation Rate

Schedules CDS, SCT, FT-1 and/or IT-1 (hereinafter referred to as "Rate

Schedule ISS-1 Transportation Rate Schedules") which provide for the

receipt and delivery of gas attributable to Rate Schedule ISS-1 service.

Such service agreements shall be in the form contained in Pipeline's FERC

Gas Tariff of which this Rate Schedule ISS-1 is a part.




2.1 This Rate Schedule shall apply to all interruptible storage

service rendered hereunder pursuant to an executed service agreement

providing for a Maximum Storage Quantity (MSQ), Maximum Daily Injection

Quantity (MDIQ), and a Maximum Daily Withdrawal Quantity (MDWQ).

Withdrawal service under this Rate Schedule constitutes one of the "no-

notice" service options as that term is used in Order No. 636 available

from Pipeline.


2.2 Interruptible Storage Service shall be available only to the

extent that the injection, storage and withdrawal capacity designated for

Rate Schedules SS-1 and FSS-1 firm storage service is not required for such

firm storage service and to the extent such injection, storage and

withdrawal capacity is not required to satisfy Pipeline's other firm

obligations under its firm rate schedules. Pipeline shall be entitled to

refuse to perform service under Rate Schedule ISS-1 when Customer cannot

demonstrate to Pipeline's satisfaction that Customer will have the ability

to transport away from storage ISS-1 gas quantities Customer is required to

withdraw when such storage capacity is needed to satisfy Pipeline's firm

obligations. To the extent storage capacity which is being utilized by a

Customer hereunder is needed by Pipeline in order to satisfy Pipeline's

firm obligations under Rate Schedules SS-1 and FSS-1 or to accommodate

Pipeline's firm obligations under its firm rate schedules, Pipeline shall

require Customer to withdraw all, or any portion thereof, ISS-1 gas

quantities held in storage by Pipeline for Customer's account within three

(3) days of Pipeline's notice. If Customer is able to schedule the

transportation of such gas under Customer's highest priority transportation

service agreement during such three (3) day period and fails to withdraw

such ISS-1 storage gas then Pipeline shall take title to such ISS-1 Storage

Inventory Customer was instructed to withdraw, free and clear of any

adverse claims. Pipeline's notice to Customer shall be verbal and may be

followed by a written confirmation.