Horizon Pipeline Company, L.L.C.
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 04/18/2002, Docket: CP00-129-001, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 20 Original Sheet No. 20 : Effective
RATE SCHEDULE FTS
(4) The state(s) of the ultimate end user of the gas.
(a) The term of service hereunder shall be set forth in
the FTS Agreement between Shipper and Horizon.
(b) The General Terms and Conditions of this Tariff shall
govern the applicability of, and the terms and conditions relating
to, rollovers and the right of first refusal vis a vis an FTS
Agreement. Upon termination of any FTS Agreement, and subject to
any such rollover or right of first refusal, service by Horizon to
Shipper thereunder shall be terminated and automatically
(c) Horizon may terminate any FTS Agreement if Horizon is
required by the FERC or some other agency or court to provide firm
service for others utilizing the System capacity or capability
required for service under such FTS Agreement or if Horizon ceases
(after receipt of any requisite regulatory authorization) to offer
service of the type covered by the FTS Agreement. Horizon's
ability to terminate any FTS Agreement under this provision is
intended to ensure that the contract term does not extend beyond
the regulatory authority to provide the service and that the
contract is consistent with the regulatory authority to provide
5.1 (a) Shipper shall pay Horizon each month under this
Rate Schedule FTS a two-part rate consisting of: (a) a
Reservation Charge, based on Shipper's MDQ, which consists of the
Base Monthly Reservation Cost; and (b) a Commodity Charge for each
Dth of gas received for transportation.
(b) Where a Shipper has agreed to pay a Negotiated
Rate or a rate under a Negotiated Rate Formula, the rates assessed
hereunder shall be governed by Section 33 of the General Terms and
Conditions of this Tariff. A request for service at a Negotiated
Rate or a rate under a Negotiated Rate Formula shall specify the
Negotiated Rate or Negotiated Rate Formula on which the Shipper is
willing to agree.