Millennium Pipeline Company, L. L. C.

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Effective Date: 02/18/2010, Docket: RP10-325-001, Status: Effective

Substitute First Revised Sheet No. 485 Substitute First Revised Sheet No. 485

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 485

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

 

(a) Any Shipper that reserves primary firm capacity with Transporter

that requires the Transporter to utilize the offsystem capacity, will pay the

following Third Party Charges: reservation and commodity charges, applicable

surcharges, fuel and power charges or retention including any lost and

unaccounted for volumes, compression fees, balancing or storage fees,

measurement fees, processing fees, and/or facility charges that are assessed

by the third party. If offsystem capacity is utilized to serve multiple

primary firm Shippers, any fees or charges not directly attributable to

reservation and/or usage charges will be allocated pro rata among those

primary firm Shippers based on the contract quantity of each Shipper.

Shipper shall not be required to pay for any penalties assessed to

Transporter by the offsystem pipeline for activities that were beyond the

control of the Shipper.

 

(b) Any Shipper that nominates service under Transporter's FERC Gas

Tariff on a secondary basis, that requires Transporter to utilize available

offsystem capacity, will pay the following Third Party Charges for all

scheduled volumes: a daily reservation rate, calculated by converting the

third party's reservation rate to a daily rate out to the fifth decimal place

and then rounding up or down to the fourth decimal place, plus any other

charges specifically incurred by Transporter related to the applicable

offsystem capacity as a result of the Shipper's transportation on the

offsystem capacity for that Day, including all commodity charges, surcharges,

additional reservation charges (due for example because of a higher rate at

non-primary points), out-of-zone charges, fuel and power charges or retention

including any lost and unaccounted for volumes, and compression fees;

provided however, Shipper shall not be required to pay for any penalties

assessed to Transporter by the offsystem pipeline for activities that were

beyond the control of the Shipper.

 

(c) Any Shipper that nominates service under Transporter's FERC Gas

Tariff on an interruptible basis, that requires Transporter to utilize

available offsystem capacity, will pay the following Third Party Charges for

all scheduled volumes: all charges specifically incurred by Transporter

related to the applicable offsystem capacity as a result of the Shipper's

transportation on the offsystem capacity for that Day, including all

commodity charges, surcharges, out-of-zone charges, fuel and power charges or

retention including any lost and unaccounted for volumes, and compression

fees; provided however, Shipper shall not be required to pay for any

penalties assessed to Transporter by the offsystem pipeline for activities

that were beyond the control of the Shipper.