Florida Gas Transmission Company, LLC
Fourth Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 04/01/2010, Docket: RP10-21-000, Status: Effective
Second Revised Sheet No. 338 Second Revised Sheet No. 338
Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 338
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
The quantity recorded in the Gas Deferred Fuel Account shall be the difference between
(1) the product obtained by multiplying the applicable effective Fuel Reimbursement
Charge Percentage by the total Market Area throughput excluding transactions where
quantities are received and delivered in Transporter's Market Area, and (2) the actual
quantities of gas expended for fuel usage, actual quantities delivered to party(ies) as
payment for compression services provided to Transporter and lost and unaccounted for
gas and any change in line pack attributable to operation of the cash-out mechanism
during the billing month, less fuel retained by Transporter for Western Division
deliveries and fuel retained where quantities are received and delivered in
Transporter's Market Area.
For each billing month, the applicable seasonal Electric Deferred Fuel Account shall be
increased or decreased by the difference between the amount received from the sale of
retained fuel from the Electric Base FRCP, and actual cash payments to electric
providers, including billing adjustments surcharges and taxes, incurred in the
operation of electric compression; provided, however, cash payments to electric
providers for monthly demand charges and surcharges and taxes based on such demand
charges at Compressor Station No. 13A shall be excluded.
In no event shall the balance of a summer deferred Fuel Account be recovered in the
Winter period; nor shall the balance in a Winter Deferred Fuel Account be recovered in
the Summer Period.
Interest on the Deferred Fuel Account shall accrue in accordance with Section 154.501(d)
of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's Regulations.
F. Western Division Fuel Charges
For gas delivered in Transporter's Western Division, Transporter shall retain as fuel
reimbursement the sum of fuel charges by Transporting Pipelines, if applicable, plus the Fuel
Reimbursement Charge Percentage listed on Sheet Nos. 12 and 13 applied on a per compressor
station basis; provided, however the maximum fuel charge shall be the Current Fuel
Reimbursement Charge Percentage.
G. Fuel Charges Applicable to Quantities Received and Delivered in Market Area
For gas received and delivered within Transporter's Market Area, Transporter shall retain as
fuel reimbursement the Fuel Reimbursement Charge Percentage listed on Sheet Nos. 7, 8 and 9
applied to transportation of natural gas through compressor stations needed to move natural gas
on a forwardhaul basis from Market Area Points of Receipt to Market Area Points of Delivery;
provided however, the minimum fuel charge, including lost and unaccounted for, shall be 0.25%
and the maximum fuel charge shall be the Effective Fuel Reimbursement Charge Percentage. For
Backhauls from Market Area Points of Receipt to Market Area Points of Delivery, the fuel
charge, including lost and unaccounted for, shall be 0.25%.