Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company

FIFTH REVISED VOLUME NO. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/2008, Docket: RP08-338-000, Status: Effective

Sixth Revised Sheet No. 220 Sixth Revised Sheet No. 220 : Pending

Superseding: Fifth Revised Sheet No. 220

 

 

NET-284 RATE SCHEDULE (continued)

 

 

4.4 Secondary Delivery Points: A Shipper under this rate schedule may use as

a secondary delivery point any eligible delivery point on Transporter's

system which is within the Transportation Path as defined in Section

6.1(h) of this Rate Schedule.

 

4.5 Contract Quantities at Delivery Points: The sum of the maximum daily

delivery quantities applicable to all of Shipper's Primary Delivery

Points may not exceed the maximum daily quantity under the Shipper's

Service Agreement.

 

4.6 Change of Primary Points: Subject to agreement by Transporter and in

accordance with Article XXVIII of the General Terms and Conditions of

Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff, a Shipper may elect to substitute new

points for the Primary Delivery or Primary Receipt Points in its

Transportation Service Agreement. Such changes may be affected by prior

notice to Transporter of 30 days if in writing or 15 days if by PASSKEY.

All such changes must be reflected in an amended Transportation Service

Agreement and shall be effective at the commencement of the following

month unless otherwise agreed by Transporter. Transporter shall not be

required to accept an amendment if there is inadequate capacity available

to render the new service or if the change would reduce the reservation

charges applicable to the Transportation Service Agreement.

 

4.7 Extended Receipts: Shipper may use points not in its Transportation Path

as defined in Section 6.1(h) of this Rate Schedule subject to the

priority specified in Section 5(d) of Article III of the General Terms

and Conditions. In order to use such points, Shipper must request

Extended Receipt Service by nominating in PASSKEY the following

information: (i) the point at which Shipper desires to receive gas, and

(ii) the requested quantity to be received at the point. Termination of

the underlying agreement shall terminate any Extended Receipt Service.

This service will be subject to an additional usage charge as specified

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

Tariff.

 

4.8 Extended Deliveries: Shipper may use points not in its Transportation

Path as defined in Section 6.1(h) of this Rate Schedule subject to the

priority specified in Section 5(d) of Article III of the General Terms

and Conditions. In order to use such points, Shipper must request

Extended Delivery Service by nominating in PASSKEY the following

information: (i) the point at which Shipper desires to deliver gas, and

(ii) the requested quantity to be delivered at the point. Termination of

the underlying agreement shall terminate any Extended Delivery Service.

This service shall be subject to an additional usage charge as specified

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

Tariff.

 

5. FUEL AND USE

 

5.1 Shipper shall provide daily to Transporter, at no cost to Transporter,

the quantity of gas required for Transporter's system fuel and uses and

gas lost and unaccounted for ("Fuel and Use Quantity"), associated with

rendering transportation service pursuant to this Rate Schedule.

Shipper shall make available to Transporter from the Transportation

Quantity the amount of gas equal to the Fuel and Use Quantity, which

will be equal to the quantity of gas scheduled for delivery to

Transporter multiplied by the applicable percentage shown for each

Shipper's service as stated below: