El Paso Natural Gas Company
Second Revised Volume No. 1A
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Effective Date: 04/01/2010, Docket: RP10-454-001, Status: Effective
Eighth Revised Sheet No. 101 Eighth Revised Sheet No. 101
Superseding: Seventh Revised Sheet No. 101
RATE SCHEDULE FT-1
Firm Transportation Service
2. APPLICABILITY AND CHARACTER OF SERVICE (Continued)
2.5 Rates of Flow.
(a) Except as otherwise provided in this Tariff, gas quantities
received by Transporter in any hour shall not exceed 1/24th of
Shipper's scheduled quantity at such Receipt Points. Except
as otherwise provided in this Tariff, gas quantities delivered
by Transporter in any hour shall not exceed 1/24th of
Shipper's scheduled quantity at such Delivery Points.
(b) Except as otherwise provided in this Tariff, Shipper must
balance its daily receipts and daily deliveries at the end of
each Gas Day.
2.6 To calculate the actual measured hourly rate of flow, should the
delivery meter be part of an aggregation of meters under a D-Code,
some or all of which have physical gas measurement equipment
compatible with Transporter's system and capable of registering
hourly flows, the quantities delivered to any such individual
meters in the D-Code shall be deemed to have flowed on a ratable
1/24th basis if: 1) the hourly measurement equipment is not
installed or 2) the hourly measurement equipment does not have
active telemetry capability (temporary outages excepted) into the
VISA system on a real time basis.
2.7 Shipper may submit a HEEN pursuant to Section 8.1(i) of the GT&C in
accordance with this rate schedule.
2.8 From time to time, Transporter may request Shipper, upon mutual
consent, to go out-of-daily balance and/or to take hourly gas
quantities in a manner different from its Hourly Scheduled
Entitlement or different from its Hourly Contract Entitlement. Any
such action will not result in daily unauthorized overrun
penalties, hourly scheduling penalties, or Critical Condition
charges pursuant to this rate schedule. Furthermore, Shipper may
offer in writing to assist Transporter in system loading needs.
Transporter will process such offers in a reasonable and orderly
fashion as time permits given the Critical Conditions. Transporter
may accept or reject such offer in writing using its best
operational judgment. If Transporter accepts such offer, Shipper's
actions in helping system loading needs will not result in daily
unauthorized overrun penalties, hourly scheduling penalties, or
Critical Condition charges pursuant to this rate schedule.
However, if Shipper takes any actions without first obtaining the
written agreement of Transporter, Shipper will be subject to all
applicable penalties and charges.