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

Second Revised Sheet No. 113C Second Revised Sheet No. 113C

Superseding: Substitute First Revised Sheet No. 113C

 

RATE SCHEDULE FT-H

Hourly Firm Transportation Service

(Continued)

 

3. CONDITIONS OF SERVICE (Continued)

 

3.4 Rate Schedule FT-H capacity may be released to another party.

 

(a) The Acquiring Shipper will retain hourly service rights, as

defined in the Releasing Shipper's FTH TSA, at the primary

delivery points released by the Releasing Shipper. The

Acquiring Shipper may nominate to alternate delivery points on a

secondary basis subject to the provisions of Section 3.2 of this

Rate Schedule.

 

(b) An Acquiring Shipper who re-designates a primary delivery point

to another Premium Service Delivery Point will retain hourly

service rights at such point if service to the re-designated

point is Operationally Equivalent to service at the primary

point.

 

(c) Released Rate Schedule FT-H capacity will become Rate Schedule

FT-1 capacity if the Acquiring Shipper re-designates an

acquired Delivery Point to a non-Premium Service Delivery Point

or a non-Operationally Equivalent Premium Service Delivery

Point; however, the Acquiring Shipper will continue to pay the

maximum applicable Rate Schedule FT-H rates for such service

until the next general rate proceeding.

 

3.5 Flow day diversions, pursuant to Section 6.5 of the GT&C, are

available to Rate Schedule FT-H Shippers.

 

3.6 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.