Dauphin Island Gathering Partners

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/20/2004, Docket: CP99- 16-001, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 31 Second Revised Sheet No. 31 : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 31

authorized and received by Transporter during any day in excess of

Shipper's MDQ for the Path under the applicable FT-2 (MP)

Transportation Service Agreement. Any request for Authorized

Daily Overrun Quantity must be made by Shipper at least twenty

four (24) hours prior to the beginning of the day to which such

request relates. Transporter may waive a part or all of such

advance notice requirement, if in its judgment, operating

conditions permit such waiver. The formula for calculating such

Overrun Service Rate is set forth on the applicable currently

effective sheets of Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff.

 

5.3 Unauthorized Overrun Service:

 

(a) Each Dth of gas received from Shipper on any day under the

applicable FT-2 (MP) Transportation Service Agreement, which

is in excess of one hundred five percent (105%) of Shipper's

MDQ for the Path under the FT-2 (MP) Transportation Service

Agreement, which has not been authorized under Section 5.2

of this Rate Schedule, shall be considered as "Unauthorized

Daily Overrun Quantity"

 

(b) If the Unauthorized Daily Quantity causes operational

problems, it shall be subject to a penalty rate equal to the

greater of ten dollars ($10.00) or two times the Spot Price

Index for the applicable month, in addition to all the

charges set forth in Section 5.2 above.

 

(c) If the Unauthorized Daily Overrun Quantity causes operational

problems at any time after Transporter has issued an express

order to Shipper to cease and desist, each Dth of gas

received shall be subject to a penalty rate equal to twelve

(12) times the sum of the applicable Maximum Reservation

Rates under this Rate Schedule, in addition to all of the

charges set forth in Sections 5.2 and 5.3(b), above.

 

5.4 A Revenue Bank shall be established consisting of the sixty (60)

consecutive month period ending with the applicable month for

which a monthly bill is being prepared (the "Credit Period"). If

a period of sixty (60) consecutive months has not elapsed since

the effective date of the FT-2 (MP) Transportation Service

Agreement, the Credit Period shall be the time elapsed since such

effective date until such a sixty (60) consecutive month period

has elapsed. If the term or remaining term of the FT-2 (MP)

Transportation Service Agreement is less than any sixty (60)

consecutive month period, then the Credit Period shall be such

lesser term or the remaining term of the FT-2 (MP) Transportation

Service Agreement. In any month during the Credit Period in which

Shipper's reservation charge is calculated under Subsection

5.1(a)(ii), an amount equal to the difference between (1) the