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

First Revised Sheet No. 246 First Revised Sheet No. 246

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 246

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

3. Alert Day Account

(a) On an Overage Alert Day, to the extent delivery quantities exceed Scheduled

Deliveries by the Alert Day Tolerance Percentage defined in 13.D.6 below,

other than quantities determined as NNTS service in 13.A.4, such overages

shall be recorded in an Alert Day Account specific to the particular Alert

Day and shall be subject to the Alert Day Charges in 13D.4 below.

 

(b) On an Underage Alert Day, to the extent delivery quantities are less than

Scheduled Deliveries by the Alert Day Tolerance Percentage defined in

13.D.6 below, other than quantities determined as NNTS service in 13.A.4,

such underages shall be recorded in an Alert Day Account specific to the

particular Alert Day and shall be subject to the Alert Day Charges in 13D.5

below.

 

(c) Overages and underages recorded in the Alert Day Account shall not be

recorded in the Operating Account, nor subject to monthly balancing under

Section 14.

 

(d) When the Alert Day Notice applies system-wide, the determination of

quantities into the Alert Day Account will be aggregated for all delivery

points covered by the Operating Account Agreement. To the extent the Alert

Day Notice relates to an Affected Area, the Alert Day Account determination

for delivery points in the Affected Area shall be made at an individual

delivery point level.

 

4. Overage Alert Day Balancing

 

Overages in Alert Day Accounts are deemed to be purchased from other Shippers on

Transporter's system. A Delivery Point Operator's overage recorded in the Alert

Day Account shall be subject to an Alert Day Charge calculated as the sum of the

following:

 

(a) A balancing charge calculated as the Delivery Point Operator's overage

recorded in the Alert Day Account for the Operating Account Agreement

multiplied by 200% of the highest simple average by zone of the daily

midpoint prices for the indices listed in the cash-out provisions of

Section 14.B, for the week in which the Alert Day occurred. Such balancing

charge will be accounted for pursuant to Section 24.

 

(b) A transportation charge calculated by multiplying the Delivery Point

Operator's overage quantity by the weighted average of the 100 percent load

factor maximum rates, plus applicable surcharges, of Rate Schedules FTS-1,

FTS-2 and SFTS scheduled at the points for the period the Alert Day Account

balances occurred.