Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company

FIFTH REVISED VOLUME NO. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/2009, Docket: RP09-737-000, Status: Effective

Thirteenth Revised Sheet No. 167 Thirteenth Revised Sheet No. 167

Superseding: Twelfth Revised Sheet No. 167

 

RATE SCHEDULE FT-GS

SMALL CUSTOMER TRANSPORTATION SERVICE (CONTINUED)

 

 

5.4 Authorized Overrun Charge: If Shipper, upon receiving the advance

approval of Transporter through PASSKEY, should on any day take under

this Rate Schedule a quantity of natural gas more than Shipper's maximum

daily quantity under Shipper's Transportation Service Agreement then such

quantity shall constitute an Authorized Overrun.

 

NAESB Standard 1.3.19 (Version 1.8) states: Overrun quantities should be

requested on a separate transaction. Therefore, all Shipper requests for

Authorized Overruns must be nominated through PASSKEY.

 

If Transporter has complete and unrestricted control over gas deliveries

to Shipper, Shipper shall be deemed to have received the advance approval

of Transporter for such excess takes. For all such Authorized Overruns,

Shipper shall pay Transporter the rate set forth in the Summary of Rates

and Charges in Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff, unless the parties mutually

agree otherwise.

 

5.5 Fuel and Losses: Shipper shall furnish the quantity of gas required for

fuel and losses associated with rendering transportation service pursuant

to this Rate Schedule. The quantity of gas retained by Transporter for

fuel and losses shall be equal to the quantity of gas scheduled for

delivery to Transporter multiplied by the applicable percentage shown in

the Summary of Rates and Charges in Transporter's effective FERC Gas

Tariff for the receipt and delivery zones applicable to the

transportation service; provided however, upon Transporter's

determination, for service that is rendered entirely by displacement,

Shipper shall furnish only that quantity of gas associated with losses as

shown in the Summary of Rates and Charges.

 

5.6 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 (referred to

hereinafter and in this Tariff as "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