Carolina Gas Transmission Corporation
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 02/25/2009, Docket: RP09-296-000, Status: Effective
First Revised Sheet No. 110 First Revised Sheet No. 110
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 110
“Median Price” shall mean the median of: (i) the prices published by
the following gas commodity trade publications for the applicable
Month; and (ii) the first weekly or first of the month prices published
by such publications for the Month following the applicable Month:
(a) Natural Gas Intelligence Weekly Gas Price Index, Louisiana,
(b) Inside F.E.R.C.’s Gas Market Report, Southern Natural Gas
Co., Louisiana, Index;
(c) Natural Gas Intelligence Weekly Gas Price Index, Louisiana,
Transco St. 65; and
(d) Inside F.E.R.C.’s Gas Market Report, Transcontinental Gas
Pipe Line Corp., Zone 3, Index.
With respect to the Natural Gas Intelligence Weekly Gas Price Index,
Pipeline will use each of the weekly prices published during the
applicable Month and the first weekly prices published the following
Month. With respect to Inside F.E.R.C.’s Gas Market Report, Pipeline
will use the first of the month prices published for the applicable
Month and the Month following. In the event that an index ceases to be
published, Pipeline will post on its Internet Website a replacement
index, and will file to amend its Tariff to reflect such index.
“Mitigation Costs” shall mean an amount calculated in GT&Cs Section
28.1(b) to be compared to Shared Revenues for purposes of determining
transportation revenue sharing credits under GT&Cs Section 28.
“Month” shall mean the period beginning at 9:00 A.M. CCT, on the first
day of a calendar month, and ending at the same hour on the first day
of the next succeeding calendar month.
“NAESB” shall mean the North American Energy Standards Board, or a
“Negative Imbalance” shall mean deliveries of gas in excess of
“Negotiated Rate” shall mean a rate or formula for computing a rate for
service subject to Part 284 of the Commission’s regulations that may be
greater than, the Recourse Rate or based on a rate design other than
straight fixed-variable. A Negotiated Rate must be mutually agreed on
by Pipeline and Shipper.