Florida Gas Transmission Company, LLC
Fourth Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 04/01/2010, Docket: RP10-21-000, Status: Effective
First Revised Sheet No. 62 First Revised Sheet No. 62
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 62
RATE SCHEDULE SFTS
Small Customer Firm Transportation Service (continued)
5. FUEL REIMBURSEMENT CHARGES
Transporter shall retain a Fuel Reimbursement Charge Percentage, and Shipper shall pay
an Effective Unit Fuel Surcharge, pursuant to Section 27 of the General Terms and
Conditions. The Fuel Reimbursement Charges shall be set forth on the currently
effective Sheet No. 7 of this Tariff. For service at Alternate Delivery Points in
Transporter's Western Division, the Fuel Reimbursement Charge shall be the sum of the
fuel charges by Transporting Pipelines, if applicable, plus the Fuel Reimbursement
Charge Percentage listed on Sheet No. 12, applied on a per compressor station basis;
provided, however, that the maximum fuel charge shall be the Effective Fuel
Reimbursement Charge Percentage.
Where Shipper nominates and Transporter confirms and schedules quantities of gas
delivered by Shipper at a Receipt Point(s) in the Western Division which Receipt
Point(s) in the Western Division is (are) located downstream of Shipper's scheduled
deliveries at a Primary or an Alternate Delivery Point(s) in the Western Division, the
quantity of gas delivered at such Receipt Point(s) shall not be assessed a Fuel
Reimbursement Charge Percentage or an Effective Unit Fuel Surcharge, and such
quantities shall be recorded as a Western Division Backhaul quantity; provided,
however, for Western Division Backhaul quantities received at an In-Line Transfer
Point from an IPS Shipper, Transporter shall retain the Fuel Reimbursement Charge
Percentage listed on Sheet No. 12, applied on a per compressor station basis for all
compressor stations within the same zone as the In-Line Transfer Point not to exceed
the Effective Fuel Reimbursement Charge Percentage for the entire transaction.
A Shipper who nominates a Forwardhaul or a Backhaul in the Western Division must
nominate the specific Receipt Point and the specific Delivery Point (i.e., path) for
each nomination, so that the applicable fuel rate, if any, can be determined.
A Shipper who nominates a gas quantity for delivery to a Market Area Delivery Point
and who sources the gas from a Market Area Receipt Point must nominate the specific
Receipt Point and the specific Delivery Point (i.e., path) for each nomination, and
pay the applicable Fuel Reimbursement Charge Percentage set forth on the currently
effective Sheet No. 7 of this Tariff.
6. MAXIMUM DAILY TRANSPORTATION QUANTITY
The MDTQ shall be expressed in each Service Agreement under this Rate Schedule and
shall be the largest quantity of gas, expressed in MMBtu, that Transporter is
obligated to transport and make available for delivery to Shipper under each Service
Agreement under this Rate Schedule on any one day. The seasonal MDTQ for October,
November through March, April and May through September shall be set forth in the
executed Service Agreement for service under this Rate Schedule.
7. MAXIMUM DAILY QUANTITY
The MDQ for any single Receipt or Delivery Point shall be the quantity set forth in
the executed Service Agreement for service under this Rate Schedule which shall
represent the maximum quantity that Transporter will make available for delivery at a
Delivery Point or will accept receipt of at a Receipt Point on any one day; provided
however, that in addition to the MDQ for each Receipt Point set forth on Exhibit A to
Shipper's executed Service Agreement, Shipper shall tender additional quantities to be
used as Transporter's Fuel, based upon the Fuel Reimbursement Charge set forth on the
currently effective Sheet No. 7.
8. RECEIPT POINTS
A. Primary Receipt Point(s)
The term Primary Receipt Point(s) shall mean those Point(s) of Receipt listed in
Exhibit A of Shipper's SFTS Service Agreement which is (are) assigned an MDQ.