Centerpoint Energy - Mississippi River

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/12/2002, Docket: RP02-199-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 43 First Revised Sheet No. 43 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 43

RATE SCHEDULE FSS

FIRM STORAGE SERVICE

(Continued)

 

5. TITLE TRANSFERS OF STORAGE INVENTORY (Continued)

 

(a) Both the transferor and the transferee provide MRT with

verification of the transfer in writing at least one business day prior

to the effective date of the transfer;

 

(b) The transfer does not cause the stored volumes to exceed the

contracted storage capacity for the transferee; and

 

(c) The transfer does not cause any party to be in violation of

any requirement of this tariff.

 

6.PENALTIES NOT APPLICABLE IN CERTAIN SITUATIONS

 

6.1 During periods of abnormally cold weather or other conditions that

adversely affect the integrity of an FSS Customer's supply or distribution

system, MRT shall permit such Customer(s) to deviate, without penalty, from

any of the injection and withdrawal constraints set out herein except the 19%

Requirement in Section 4.1 (or, if applicable, the 21% Requirement in Section

9.1), the minimum monthly withdrawal requirements for January and February in

Section 4.1, and the maximum end of the withdrawal season inventory in Section

4.6, provided MRT determines that such deviation does not cause irreparable

harm to MRT's storage facilities.

 

6.2 Any decrease in overall storage deliverability resulting from such

deviation shall be borne by the specific FSS Customer(s) requiring deviation

from the various constraints and shall not result in a decrease in the storage

deliverability of other FSS Customers.

 

7. RATES AND CHARGES

 

7.1 All charges under this rate schedule shall be stated on the

currently effective Sheet No. 8 of this tariff.

 

7.2 For all service rendered under this rate schedule Customer shall

pay MRT each month the sum of the following: