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. 277 Original Sheet No. 277 : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

protection shall expire at the end of the respective

curtailment event.

 

6. Compensation --

 

(a) Applicability -- This Compensation provision sets forth

amounts to be paid by Exempt Shippers using more than their

straight pro rata allocation of capacity to serve their

respective levels of Exempt Uses approved by the DVC or

obtained under the emergency procedures described herein.

An Exempt Shipper using more than its straight pro rata

allocation of capacity to serve its approved level of Exempt

Uses in the event of curtailment shall pay compensation for

Shippers receiving less than their straight pro rata

allocation of capacity, as set forth in subsections 6(b) and

6(c) below within thirty (30) days following issuance by

Transporter of an invoice for such amounts. Payment of

compensation hereunder shall be in addition to all other

charges or amounts due from such Shippers.

 

(b) Curtailment Reservation Charge ("CRC") -- An ES receiving a

PRCE will pay an amount equal to its PRCE multiplied by the

weighted average reservation charge for all firm

transportation service actually curtailed on Transporter's

system (including demand surcharges), to Transporter within

thirty (30) days following issuance by Transporter of an

invoice for such amounts for remittance to Shippers

curtailed in excess of their straight pro rata allocation.

 

(c) Alternate Fuel Charge ("AFC") --

 

(i) For PRCE capacity allocated to an ES to serve Priority

1 Uses, the ES will pay to Transporter, within thirty

(30) days following issuance by Transporter of an

invoice for such amount, an amount calculated under

the following formula: PRCE [(Fuel Oil Price x 120%)

- Gas Index] for remittance to Shippers curtailed in

excess of their straight pro rata allocation. With

regard to such formula, the term "Fuel Oil Price"

means the average of the daily average high and low