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. 243 Original Sheet No. 243 : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

B. Operating Account

 

Each Market Area delivery point is covered by an Operating

Accounting Agreement. The Shipper owning the facilities

immediately downstream of Transporter's facilities at the delivery

point (or any other creditworthy Shipper which is authorized to

operate the point by the person owning facilities immediately

downstream of Transporter's facilities at the delivery point and

who agrees to be bound by the provisions of this tariff applicable

to the Delivery Point Operator) shall be the "Delivery Point

Operator" and shall have the obligations set forth in this tariff

with respect to Delivery Point Operator(s). The Delivery Point

Operator shall be responsible for resolving all Delivery

Imbalances recorded in the Operating Account; shall be responsible

for any charges associated with noncompliance with a Pack or Draft

Notice under Section 17.C.7., noncompliance with an operating

purchase or sale under Section 17.C.5., noncompliance with a

deferred exchange under Section 17.C.6., and noncompliance with an

MSS arrangement under Section 17.C.4.; shall be responsible for

any charges associated with quantities recorded in the Alert Day

Account under Section 13D; and shall be responsible for any OFO

penalties under Section 17.C.3. No Shipper shall be permitted to

modify an FTS-1 or FTS-2 service agreement to add a Primary

Delivery Point under Section 3 of the FTS-1 or FTS-2 Rate Schedule

or to schedule deliveries at a delivery point under Section 10

herein without written confirmation from the Delivery Point

Operator.

 

Nothing herein shall require the Delivery Point Operator to

establish a particular allocation methodology with respect to the

Operating Account. This section applies solely to the

reconciliation of the Operating Account between Transporter and

the Delivery Point Operator. Transporter makes no representation

or warranties express or implied that Delivery Point Operator

will employ a particular allocation methodology as between

Delivery Point Operator and Shipper or Shipper's designee(s).