Distrigas of Massachusetts Corporation

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 02/13/1988, Docket: GT94- 26-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 31 Original Sheet No. 31 : Superseded





2.5 Storage of Other LNG Volumes


During any period of shortfall in deliveries

reasonably permitting terminalling and Delivery Service under TS

Rate Schedule(s), Seller shall terminal volumes of LNG other than

Buyer's Terminalling Service Quantity delivered by ship, truck,

or otherwise, for Buyer's account to Seller's Terminal and to

place such volumes as requested to Buyer into Buyer's storage

space in such Terminal.


Buyer shall have the right to transfer to its

storage account, up to its Storage Service Quantity, any volumes

of LNG to which Buyer is entitled in the tanks of Seller. Buyer

agrees to hold Seller harmless against any claim of entitlement

to such transferred LNG on the part of another customer of

Seller. Buyer shall notify Seller whenever Buyer obtains an

entitlement to LNG in Seller's tank not previously known to

Seller and elects to transfer such LNG to Buyer's storage.



3. Rates


3.1 Monthly Storage Demand Charge


The demand charge for storage service shall be

$0.125 for each MMBtu of Storage Service Quantity(s) specified

in the Service Agreement.


4. Minimum Bill


The minimum bill is the Storage Demand Charge times the

Storage Service Quantity for each month specified in the Service

Agreement. However, no minimum bill shall be payable for storage

service not made available to Buyer on account of Seller's force