Midwestern Gas Transmission Company

SECOND REVISED VOLUME NO. 1

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Effective Date: 05/01/2000, Docket: RP00-233-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 14 Third Revised Sheet No. 14 : Superseded

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 14

 

 

RATE SCHEDULE FT-A (continued)

 

 

5.4 Incidental Charges: In addition to the charges pursuant to Section 5.2 and 5.3 of

this Rate Schedule, Transporter shall charge Shipper an amount to reimburse

Transporter for any filing or similar fees that have not been previously paid by

Shipper, that Transporter incurs in establishing or rendering service. Transporter

shall not use the amounts so collected as either costs or revenues in establishing

its general system rates.

 

5.5 Authorized Overrun Charge: If Shipper, upon receiving the advance approval of

Transporter, should on any day take under this Rate Schedule a quantity of natural

gas in excess of Shipper's Transportation Quantity under Shipper's FT-A Agreement,

then such excess quantity shall constitute authorized overrun quantities. All

Shipper requests for Authorized Overruns must be nominated through PASSKEY. If

Transporter has complete and unrestricted control of gas deliveries to Shipper,

then Shipper shall be deemed to have received the advanced approval of Transporter

for such excess takes. For all authorized overrun volumes, Shipper shall pay

Transporter the maximum Daily Demand Rate and the Commodity Rate for this Rate

Schedule shown on the effective Tariff Sheet No. 5 multiplied by the excess

quantities delivered to Shipper, unless the parties mutually agree otherwise.

 

5.6 Imbalance Charge: In addition to the charges in Sections 5.2, 5.3, 5.4 and 5.5,

if Shipper tenders or takes gas at a point not covered by a Balancing Agreement,

then Transporter shall charge Shipper any applicable charges provided in Rate

Schedules LMS-MA or LMS-PA, as applicable and Section 8 of Article III of the

General Terms and Conditions specified in Volume I of Transporter's Tariff.

 

5.7 Notwithstanding any provision of Transporter's effective FERC Gas Tariff to the

contrary, Transporter and Shipper may mutually agree in writing to rates, rate

components, charges or credits for service under this Rate Schedule that differ

from those rates, rate components, charges or credits that are otherwise

prescribed, required, established or imposed by this Rate Schedule or by any other

applicable provision of Transporter's effective FERC Gas Tariff. If Transporter

agrees to such differing rates, rate components, charges or credits ("Negotiated

Rates"), then the Negotiated Rate(s) shall be effective only for the period agreed

upon by Transporter. During such period, the Negotiated Rate shall govern and

apply to the Shipper's service and the otherwise applicable rate, rate component,

charge or credit which the parties have agreed to replace with the Negotiated Rate,

shall not apply to, or be available to, the Shipper. At the end of such period,

the otherwise applicable maximum rates or charges shall govern the service provided

to Shipper. Only those rates, rate components, charges or credits identified by

Transporter and Shipper in writing as being superseded by a Negotiated Rate shall

be ineffective during the period that the Negotiated Rate is effective; all other

rates, rate components, charges or credits prescribed, required, established or

imposed by this Rate Schedule or Transporter's Tariff shall remain in effect.

Transporter shall make any filings at the FERC necessary to effectuate a Negotiated

Rate.