Discovery Gas Transmission LLC
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 12/01/2006, Docket: CP06-426-002, Status: Effective
Second Revised Sheet No. 199 Second Revised Sheet No. 199 : Effective
Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 199
28. [Reserved for Future Use]
29. NEGOTIATED RATES
Transporter and Shipper may mutually agree on a Negotiated Rate
(including but not limited to surcharges, credits or refunds or return
of refunds or credits).
29.1 CAPACITY RELEASE
The Capacity Release provisions contained within this FERC Gas Tariff
shall not apply to a Shipper receiving firm transportation service with
a Negotiated Rate that does not include a reservation rate.
29.2 RECORD KEEPING
Transporter will maintain separate records of Negotiated Rate
transactions for each billing period. These records shall include the
quantities transported, the billing determinants, the rates charged and
the revenue received associated with such transactions. Transporter will
separately identify such transactions in Statement G, I and J (or their
equivalent) filed in any general rate proceeding.
29.3 FILING REQUIREMENT
Transporter will file no later than the Business Day service commences
under a Negotiated Rate Service Agreement, or if the day on which
service commences is not a Business Day, then no later than the next
Business Day after service commences, a tariff sheet reflecting the
shipper's exact legal name, applicable rate schedule, Negotiated Rate or
underlying formula, the term of the Negotiated Rate Service Agreement,
quantities to be transported, primary points of receipt and delivery to
which Negotiated Rate applies and other terms or consideration. Unless
expressly noted, Negotiated Rate Service Agreements will not deviate in
any material respect from the form of Service Agreements.