Garden Banks Gas Pipeline, LLC

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Effective Date: 04/16/1997, Docket: CP96-678-001, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 22 Original Sheet No. 22 : Effective

 

RATE SCnHEDULE FT-2

FIRM TRANSPORTATION SERVICE

 

 

4.4 Losses. Shipper shall furnish its pro rata share of the

quantity of gas required for losses associated with rendering

transportation service pursuant to this Rate Schedule.

 

5. MONTHLY BILL AND REVENUE BANK

 

5.1 The Monthly Bill for deliveries under this Rate Schedule shall

be equal to:

 

a. Reservation Charge:

 

(i) If the summation of the quantities of gas allocated

to Shipper's FT-2 Transportation Service Agreement

at the Delivery Point(s) in the month (including

firm service and Authorized Overruns) equals or

exceeds 80% of the Maximum Daily Quantity specified

in the FT-2 Transportation Service Agreement for

the same month multiplied by the Shipper Specific

Heating Value for the same month and multiplied by

the number of days in the month: a reservation

charge equal to the product of the applicable

Reservation Rate multiplied by the quantity of firm

gas allocated to Shipper's FT-2 Transportation

Service Agreement at the Delivery Point(s) during

the month; or

 

(ii) If the summation of the quantities of gas allocated

to Shipper's FT-2 Transportation Service Agreement

at the Delivery Point(s) in the month (including

firm service and Authorized Overruns) is less than

80% of the Maximum Daily Quantity specified in the

FT-2 Transportation Service Agreement for the same

month multiplied by the Shipper Specific Heating

Value for the same month and multiplied by the

number of days in the month: a reservation charge

equal to the product of the applicable Reservation

Rate multiplied by 80% of the Maximum Daily

Quantity specified in the FT-2 Transportation

Service Agreement multiplied by the Shipper

Specific Heating Value for the month and multiplied

by the number of days in the month; and