Florida Gas Transmission Company, LLC

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/12/2010, Docket: RP10-842-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 220 Second Revised Sheet No. 220

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 220

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

 

9. ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS

 

A. Non-Transactional Data

 

1. Transporter will maintain an Electronic Communications Mechanism ("ECM") for non-

transactional data for use by any interested person and accessible via the

Internet's World Wide Web via www.panhandleenergy.com. Transporter shall make

information reasonably available on how to access and use the ECM.

 

2. The ECM will provide a search function that facilitates the location of

information, and menus that permit access to system-wide notices of capacity

constraints, capacity discounts, curtailment, Force Majeure, maintenance,

operational flow orders, press releases, company news, phone lists, and other

relevant information including affiliate information as described below.

Transporter shall maintain and retain daily back-up records of the information

displayed for three (3) years and permit review of those records, which will be

archived and reasonably accessible. Information on the most recent entries will

appear ahead of older information. Notwithstanding this Section 9.A.2,

Transporter shall retain its affiliate waiver log for five years from the date

of the waiver posting.

 

3. The above categories shall provide information including, but not limited to FERC

Order Nos. 566, 599, 637 and 717 (relating to the Standards of Conduct

information), operationally available and unsubscribed capacity, index of

customers, the tariff, the availability of firm and interruptible capacity

including: (a) a listing of any receipt or delivery point constraints, (b) the

availability of capacity on the mainline(s), and (c) whether the capacity is

available from Transporter directly, or through Transporter's Capacity

Relinquishment mechanism as set forth in Section 18 of these General Terms and

Conditions, and reports of firm and interruptible transactions in accordance with

the requirements of Order 637.

 

B. Transactional Electronic Communications

 

1. Standards for Transactional Electronic Communication Mechanism.

 

a. Transporter will maintain a Transactional Electronic Communications

Mechanism ("TECM") for use by any interested person ("TECM Party"). The

TECM shall be accessible via www.hottap.panhandleenergy.com and available

on a not unduly discriminatory basis to any TECM Party, provided that such

entity has executed a TECM Agreement in the form required by Transporter,

has been assigned a user identification and password by Transporter, and

has agreed to comply with the procedures for use of the TECM. Transporter

shall make information reasonably available on how to access and use the

TECM.

 

b. The TECM will allow the TECM Party to locate all information concerning a

specific contract or capacity release transaction, and provide menus that

permit a TECM Party to separately access Transporter's contracts and

service agreements and notices of released gas. The TECM will permit a

TECM Party to download electronically a file(s). Transporter shall

maintain and retain daily back-up records of the information displayed on

the TECM for three (3) years and permit a TECM Party to review those

records, which will be archived and reasonably accessible.