Cheyenne Plains Gas Pipeline Company, L.L.C.

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Effective Date: 07/26/2010, Docket: RP10-876-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 291 First Revised Sheet No. 291

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 291

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

13. FUEL AND L&U

 

13.1 FL&U consists of compressor station fuel and fuel for other utility

purposes, including but not limited to line losses and other

unaccounted-for gas in the operation of Transporter's pipeline

system. FL&U shall be furnished in-kind by Shippers at each

receipt point on a pro rata basis based on the quantity received.

 

13.2 The FL&U Percentage shall be stated on the Statement of Rates Sheet

in Transporter's Tariff, and shall apply to those Rate Schedules

requiring assessment of FL&U. Transactions that do not consume fuel

will not be assessed a fuel charge; however, such transactions will

be assessed a charge for lost and unaccounted for gas as identified

in each filing made pursuant to Section 13.3.

 

13.3 The FL&U Percentage shall be recomputed at least annually. The

first FL&U adjustment filing shall be made 15 Months after the in-

service date of Transporter's System. Thereafter, the FL&U annual

adjustment filing shall be made on the one-year anniversary date of

the first filing. At its election, Transporter may also submit

FL&U adjustment filings more frequently than annually. Such non-

annual filings shall be submitted at least 30 Days prior to the

proposed effective date of the proposed FL&U Percentage. The

proposed FL&U Percentage shall become effective on the proposed

date after appropriate FERC review and notice. Transporter will

provide details of any known and identifiable line loss due to

explosion, fire, or other calamity and any related insurance claims

in its FL&U adjustment filings.

 

(a) Transporter will file no less than once annually,

documentation relevant to purchases and sales of fuel gas,

L&U gas and related gas balance quantities. The documents

will distinguish between purchases and sales for system

balancing purposes including fuel imbalances, L&U imbalances

and purchases, if any, that provide flexibility under

Transporter's various services.

 

(b) Transporter will delineate in its FL&U True-up filing any

OBA-related costs or revenues from other costs or revenues.

 

13.4 Derivation of FL&U Percentage

 

(a) The FL&U Percentage shall be derived by dividing: (i) the sum

of the Projected FL&U Requirement, the FL&U Requirement

Adjustment, and the Cost and Revenue True-up Adjustment

(numerator), by (ii) the projected receipt quantities related

to the anticipated transportation service for all Shippers

during the upcoming period (denominator).