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

Ninth Revised Sheet No. 129 Ninth Revised Sheet No. 129

Superseding: Eighth Revised Sheet No. 129

 

RATE SCHEDULE FDBS

Firm Daily Balancing Service

(Continued)

 

2. APPLICABILITY AND CHARACTER OF SERVICE

2.4 (Continued)

 

(d) Maximum rate firm daily balancing service that is contracted

for a winter contract or summer contract for a term of more

than one Year, or as an annual contract as described in Section

2.4(c) of this rate schedule, is eligible for a regulatory

right-of-first-refusal pursuant to Section 4.14 of the GT&C.

 

2.5 Daily Balancing Quantities

 

(a) On any Gas Day, Shipper's Bank or Draw quantities for that Day

at the Delivery Point plus the previous accumulated end-of-day

balance at such Delivery Point may not exceed the Maximum

Inventory Amount for such point.

 

(b) On any Gas Day, if the sum of the Bank or Draw quantities and

the related FT TSA scheduled quantities at a Delivery Point

exceed the MDQ for that point contained in the FT TSA, the

excess quantities will be treated as daily unauthorized overrun

quantities on the companion FT TSA.

 

3. CONDITIONS OF SERVICE

 

3.1 Notwithstanding the above, Shipper may Bank or Draw gas quantities at

a Delivery Point in an amount no greater than the FDBS TSA MDQ for

such point. Transporter will not provide daily balancing service

when Shipper's total outstanding FDBS end-of-day balance at a

Delivery Point equals the FDBS Maximum Inventory Amount.

 

3.2 Firm daily balancing service quantities must be nominated and

confirmed to the FDBS TSA in accordance with the provisions of

Section 6 of the GT&C.

 

3.3 Resolution of FDBS End-of-Day Balances.

 

(a) An FDBS end-of-day balance shall be resolved through the use of

physical make-up or payback gas quantities.

 

(b) Make-up or payback nominations shall be made pursuant to

Section 6 of the GT&C.