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. 242 Original Sheet No. 242 : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

5. After determining deliveries in (1),(2),(3), and (4), the

remaining differences between actual and scheduled volumes

(overages and underages) shall be recorded each day into the

Operating Account. The Operating Account shall be cumulated

for the month, and such monthly total shall be considered

the Delivery Imbalance for purposes of Balancing under

Section 14 herein.

 

To the extent Transporter has issued an Alert Day Notice, Transporter

shall allocate deliveries as follows:

 

1a. Delivery quantities under Rate Schedules FTS-1, FTS-2, SFTS,

and ITS-1, and other deliveries under Market Area

operational purchases or sales, Market Area deferred

exchanges, and the RDDQ under monthly swing shipper

arrangements shall equal the Scheduled Deliveries;

 

2a. Any overages or underages for Shippers with NNTS service

shall be deemed to be NNTS up to a level equal to the

absolute value of Shipper's NNQ, but in no event shall

volumes be determined as NNTS if such a determination would

permit Shipper to be billed for FTS-1, FTS-2 or SFTS

commodity volumes in excess of the applicable MDTQ.

 

3a. After determining delivery quantities under (1a) and (2a),

certain overages or underages shall be recorded in an Alert

Day Account in accordance with Section 13.D.3.

 

4a. After determining deliveries in (1a),(2a), and (3a), the

remaining differences between actual and scheduled volumes

(overages and underages) shall be recorded each day into the

Operating Account. The Operating Account shall be cumulated

for the month, and such monthly total shall be considered

the Delivery Imbalance for purposes of Balancing under

Section 14 herein.