Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company
FIFTH REVISED VOLUME NO. 1
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Effective Date: 11/01/1994, Docket: RP94-411-001, Status: Effective
Substitute 2nd Revised Sheet No. 126 Substitute 2nd Revised Sheet No. 126 : Effective
Superseding: 2nd Revised Sheet No. 126
RATE SCHEDULE PAT (continued)
PREFERRED ACCESS TRANSPORTATION SERVICE
2.2 Transporter shall not be required to install, operate or maintain any
additional facilities in order to provide transportation service under
this Rate Schedule.
2.3 Transporter shall not be required to transport gas under this Rate
Schedule if the total quantity of gas scheduled for transportation is
less than that required to operate existing compression or measurement
facilities necessary to provide the transportation service.
3. DELIVERY AND RECEIPT POINTS; PRESSURES; UNIFORM QUANTITIES
3.1 Receipt Points: The Receipt Points at which gas may be received from
Shipper for transportation by Transporter under this Rate Schedule shall
be any storage service point contained in any storage service agreement
between Transporter and Shipper, as well as any Receipt Point on
Transporter's system that is covered by a Balancing Agreement and that
is utilized by Shipper for withdrawal of quantities from third party
storage connected to Transporter's system. Transporter shall not be
required under any circumstances to receive gas at any Receipt Point
where the total quantity of gas scheduled for receipt by Transporter on
any day is less than that required for the accurate measurement of
quantities to be received. A shipper's Receipt Points shall be listed
on Exhibit A to its service agreement.
3.2 Delivery Points: Any delivery point on Transporter's system that is
covered by a balancing agreement under Rate schedule LMS-MA shall be
eligible for designation as Delivery Points on a Shipper's Service
Agreement for gas transported by Transporter under this Rate Schedule.
3.3 Shipper shall deliver gas to Transporter at the pressures required from
time to time to enable the gas to enter Transporter's facilities at the
relevant Receipt Point. Transporter shall deliver gas to Shipper or
Shipper's designee at Transporter's line pressures as exist from time to
time at the relevant Delivery Point.
3.4 Uniform Quantities: To the fullest extent practicable, Shipper shall
deliver gas to Transporter, and receive gas from Transporter, in uniform
hourly quantities during any day.