Columbia Gulf Transmission Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 6-005, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 081 Original Sheet No. 081 : Effective

 

IPP-GULF RATE SCHEDULE

INTERRUPTIBLE PAPER POOLS (Continued)

 

 

5. RATE

 

No rate will be charged for service under this Rate Schedule. Transporter shall continue

to charge for those pool quantities any applicable transportation service charge under the FTS-2

Rate Schedule or ITS-2 Rate Schedule from sources to which the transportation service applies.

Transporter reserves the right to file pursuant to Section 4 of the Natural Gas Act to implement

charges to recover any and all costs of providing service under this Rate Schedule. Before

Transporter implements such a charge, Shipper shall have the right to cancel its IPP-Gulf Service

Agreement(s) that are subject to that charge.

 

6. PENALTIES

 

(a) If Shipper fails to interrupt service as directed by Transporter pursuant to Section

16 (Interruptions of Service) of the General Terms and Conditions and takes gas from or tenders gas

to Transporter in excess of 103 percent of the lowered Scheduled Daily Receipt or Delivery Quantity

(Lowered Quantity) set by Transporter's interruption order, Shipper shall be assessed and pay

penalties of $5.00 per Dth on the first three percent of quantities taken or tendered in excess of

its Lowered Quantity, and $10.00 per Dth for quantities taken or tendered in excess of 103 percent

of its Lowered Quantity.

 

(b) If Shipper fails to comply with an operational flow order issued by Transporter

pursuant to Section 17 (Operational Flow Orders) of the General Terms and Conditions, a penalty of

$5.00 per day shall be assessed to Shippers for all quantities in violation of that operational flow

order.

 

7. GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

All of the General Terms and Conditions are applicable to this Rate Schedule and are hereby

made a part hereof, with the exception of Sections 4, 14, 19 and Sections 31 through 35.