East Tennessee Natural Gas, LLC
Third Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 08/02/2010, Docket: RP10-946-000, Status: Effective
First Revised Sheet No. 23 First Revised Sheet No. 23
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 23
STATEMENT OF NEGOTIATED RATES
Customer Name: Washington Gas Light Company
Rate Schedule: FT-A
Demand Rate: 2/ 3/ 4/
Commodity Rate: 2/ 3/ 4/
Term of Negotiated Rate: 5/
Quantity: 25,000 Dth/d
Receipt Points: Meter No. 59770 6/
Delivery Points: Meter No. 59204 7/
1/ This negotiated rate agreement does not deviate in any material respect from the Form of
Service Agreement contained in Transporter's Tariff.
2/ For the months of October through April during the term of this negotiated rate the
Monthly Demand Rate is $9.42 per Dth and the Commodity Rate is $0.05 per Dth for
quantities delivered up to the MDTQ of 25,000. For the months of May through September
during the term of this negotiated rate, the Monthly Demand Rate is $0.00 per Dth and the
Commodity Rate is $0.16 per Dth delivered; provided that, for receipts and deliveries
outside the primary path, the Commodity Rate shall be $0.21 per Dth delivered.
Notwithstanding the previous two sentences, solely for the month of February 2005, the
monthly Demand Rate is $12.8626 per Dth and the Commodity Rate is $0.05 per Dth delivered
up to the maximum MDTQ of the 25,000. In addition to these rates, Shipper shall pay all
applicable charges and mandatory surcharges (such as FERC Annual Charge Adjustment) and
fuel and lost and unaccounted for gas as set forth in Transporter's Tariff as revised
from time to time pursuant to Transporter's Tariff. Shipper shall not be charged for any
voluntary surcharges such as GRI Rate Adjustment.
3/ In consideration of the rates set forth above, the applicable rates for service under the
Service Agreement during the Primary Term shall remain as stated above. Therefore,
pursuant to Section 4.5 of the FT-A Rate Schedule of Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff, the
rates set forth above shall constitute Negotiated Rates. The Negotiated Rates shall
replace the otherwise generally applicable maximum recourse rate, rate component, charge
or credit in Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff ("Tariff Rates"), and the Tariff Rates shall
not apply to or be available to Shipper for service under the Service Agreement during
the Primary Term (to the extent that such Tariff Rates are inconsistent with the rates
set forth above), notwithstanding any adjustments to such generally applicable maximum
recourse rate, rate component, charge or credit which may become effective during the
4/ If, at any time after service commences under the Service Agreement, Transporter is
collecting its effective maximum recourse rates from other Shippers subject to refund
under Section 4 of the Natural Gas Act, Transporter shall have no refund obligation to
customer even if the final maximum rate is reduced to a level below the Negotiated Rate
provided herein. Customer's right to receive credits relating to Transporter's penalty
revenue or other similar revenue, if any, applicable to transportation service on
Transporter's system shall be governed by Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff and any
applicable FERC orders and/or regulations. In the event customer releases its firm
transportation rights under the Service Agreement, Shipper shall continue to be obligated
to pay Transporter for the difference, if any, by which the Negotiated Rate herein
exceeds the release rate.
5/ The term of the negotiated rate extends from the beginning of the Gas Day on February 1,
2005, until the end of the Gas Day on March 31, 2007.
6/ Saltville Storage / Smyth County, Virginia.
7/ Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line / Rockingham County, North Carolina.