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. 294 Original Sheet No. 294 : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

 

The Delivery Point Operator may accomplish the Pack Notice response by: (1)

tendering additional supplies for receipt into Transporter's system, (2) reducing

delivery quantities without a corresponding reduction in receipt quantities, or (3)

causing another party to schedule additional receipts on the Delivery Point

Operator's behalf.

 

The Delivery Point Operator must specify the contracts on which the pack quantities

have been nominated, and to the extent the response involves another Delivery Point

Operator scheduling receipts on the Delivery Point Operator's behalf, the Delivery

Point Operator subject to the Pack Notice must submit a written statement from the

other Delivery Point Operator indicating such party's willingness to be bound by

the Pack Notice for purposes of the Performance Test as defined in (d) below, and

to pay any transportation charges associated with the pack gas. To the extent the

response involves scheduling additional receipts on a contract, the additional

receipts will be subject to the receipt point scheduling priority provisions of

Section 10C(2); provided further, that if a nominated receipt point is unavailable,

the Delivery Point Operator is not relieved of the obligation to schedule receipts

which exceed deliveries for the upcoming or otherwise specified gas day or days,

but may utilize the intraday nomination provisions of Section 10 to accomplish an

Acceptable Pack Notice Response. Nominated receipt quantities may exceed the MDTQ

of the contract by a quantity not to exceed the pack quantity.

 

The pack quantity will be assessed the usage charge applicable to the contract or

contracts under which the volumes are scheduled; provided, however, that if any of

the pack gas is nominated on a firm rate schedule above the MDTQ, such pack

quantities shall be billed at the daily weighted average 100% load factor rate

applicable to the contract or contracts under which the volumes are scheduled.

 

(c) Acceptable Draft Notice Response

 

An Acceptable Draft Notice Response shall mean that scheduled deliveries exceed

scheduled receipts (excluding fuel reimbursement quantities) by the quantity

calculated pursuant to the percentage specified in the Draft Notice for the

upcoming gas day, unless Transporter specifies that the Draft Notice will be

effective for a subsequent gas day or days.

 

The Delivery Point Operator may accomplish the Draft Notice response by: (1)

reducing receipt quantities, (2) increasing delivery quantities without a

corresponding increase in receipt quantities, or (3) scheduling alternate

deliveries to Market Area delivery points which are the responsibility of another

Delivery Point Operator.