Horizon Pipeline Company, L.L.C.

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Effective Date: 04/18/2002, Docket: CP00-129-001, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 21 Original Sheet No. 21 : Effective

 

 

RATE SCHEDULE FTS

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5.2 Shipper shall reimburse Horizon for Fuel Gas and

Unaccounted For Gas required in transporting gas hereunder as

provided by Section 1.9 of the General Terms and Conditions.

 

5.3 (a) Shipper shall reimburse Horizon within five (5)

days after costs have been incurred by Horizon for all fees

required by the FERC or any regulatory body including, but not

limited to, filing, reporting, and application fees to the extent

such fees are specifically related to service for that Shipper

hereunder and are not generally applicable fees (such as general

rate case filing fees).

 

(b) If Horizon constructs, acquires or modifies any

facilities to perform service hereunder, then as specified in an

agreement between the parties either:

 

(1) Shipper shall reimburse Horizon for the cost

of such facilities or facility modifications as described in the

General Terms and Conditions of this Tariff; or

 

(2) Horizon shall assess a monthly charge

reflecting such facility costs.

 

5.4 The ACA charge will be assessed, when applicable, as

provided in the General Terms and Conditions of this Tariff, on

volumes received by Horizon from Shipper under this Rate Schedule

FTS.

 

5.5 (a) Horizon shall have the unilateral right to file

with any appropriate regulatory authority and make changes

effective in: (1) the rates and charges applicable under this

Rate Schedule FTS, including both the level and design of such

rates and charges; or (2) the terms and conditions of this Rate

Schedule FTS. Horizon agrees that Shipper may protest or contest

the aforementioned filings, or may seek authorization from duly

constituted regulatory authorities for such adjustment of

Horizon's existing FERC Gas Tariff as may be found necessary to

assure that its provisions are just and reasonable.