Florida Gas Transmission Company, LLC

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 09/01/2006, Docket: RP06-463-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 214 Original Sheet No. 214 : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

then any previous recordings of such equipment shall be corrected to zero error for

any period which is known definitely or agreed upon, but in case the period is not

known definitely or agreed upon such corrections shall be for a period extending

over one-half of the time elapsed since the date of last test, not exceeding a

correction period of thirty (30) days.

 

h. Turbine Meters. When turbine meters are used, the equipment will be installed and

operated in accordance with the specifications of American Gas Association, Gas

Measurement Committee Report No. 7, dated 1981 as amended from time to time.

 

i. Orifice Meters. When orifice meters are used the equipment will be installed and

operated in accordance with the specification of the American Gas Association, Gas

Measurement Committee Report No. 3 revised September, 1969, as amended from time to

time.

 

j. Preservation of Records. Both the Transporter and Shipper shall preserve all test

data, charts and other similar records for such period of time as the Federal

Energy Regulatory Commission shall specify from time to time in its Schedule of

Records and Periods of Retention.

 

6. MAXIMUM HOURLY AND DAILY VOLUMES

 

A. The MDQ and MDTQ, as applicable, shall be the volume as defined in the applicable

Rate Schedule. The maximum daily quantity for any single receipt or delivery

point, if applicable, shall be the volume as set forth in the applicable Service

Agreement.

 

B. Maximum Hourly Quantity shall be the maximum quantity that Transporter is capable

of delivering through its metering facilities at the delivery points set out in the

Service Agreements between Shipper and Transporter in any one hour period. Unless

otherwise specifically agreed in writing by authorized personnel between

Transporter and Shipper, the Maximum Hourly Quantity shall not exceed six (6)

percent of the maximum daily quantity for each delivery point as set forth in

Section A above.

 

C. This provision establishes certain specific additional rights and obligations of

the Transporter respecting New Market Area Transportation Requests.

1. As used in this section the term "New Market Area Transportation Request" means

(a) a request for firm transportation service for which a transportation

service agreement was not in effect as of the effective date of this tariff

sheet (February 20, 2005) or (b) a request for a new primary receipt point

under a preexisting firm transportation service agreement, provided the request

described in (a) or (b) is submitted to Transporter after the effective date of

this tariff sheet and the receipt point for such request is located in

Transporter's Market Area.

2. Each New Market Area Transportation Request shall specify the point of receipt

and the point(s) of delivery, the MDTQ that the Shipper proposes for receipt

and delivery at each such point, the proposed hourly rate of flow from the

point of receipt (4.17 percent per hour or other rate of flow up to 6.00

percent per hour), and the proposed hourly rate of flow at each point of

delivery (4.17 percent or other rate of flow up to 6.00 percent).

3. Transporter shall agree to the New Market Area Transportation Request unless it

determines that it is unable to do so because: (a) it has a lack of available

capacity to flow either the requested daily or hourly volumes, (b) satisfying

such request would conflict with its operational flow orders, or (c) satisfying

such request would otherwise impair the reliability of firm transportation for

any existing Shipper on Transporter's system. Transporter shall advise the

requesting party of the basis for its inability and, if known, if any such

inability relates only to a portion of the New Market Area Transportation

Request.