Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company

FIFTH REVISED VOLUME NO. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/2009, Docket: RP09-194-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 232 Second Revised Sheet No. 232

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 232

 

RATE SCHEDULE FT-BH

FIRM TRANSPORTATION BACKHAUL SERVICE (continued)

 

 

Schedule, the term "Eligible Receipt Point" shall mean a point that, as

determined by Transporter, is both downstream of all Eligible Delivery

Points designated in Shipper's Transportation Service Agreement, and (i)

at which Transporter physically can receive gas into its system from

other pipelines or production meters, at which there is electronic

metering, and at which the operator of the receipt point has a Balancing

Agreement with Transporter, or (ii) at any interconnection with a joint

venture project, or (iii) at a storage service meter. Transporter shall

not be required under any circumstances to receive gas at any Primary

Receipt Point where the total quantity of gas for transportation

scheduled for receipt on any day is less than that required for the

accurate measurement of quantities to be received. Shipper shall be

required to notify Transporter if both (i) Shipper does not deliver gas

at a Primary Receipt Point that is capacity constrained at an average

daily quantity greater than 30% of Shipper's maximum daily quantity at

that receipt point under Shipper's Transportation Service Agreement under

this Rate Schedule over any twelve calendar month period and (ii) Shipper

does not have a gas supply contract at that point which has demand, take-

or-pay, deficiency or other fixed charge obligations.

 

Upon receipt of such notice, (i) Shipper's Transportation Service Agreement

will then be amended to reduce the maximum daily delivery quantity at that

Primary Receipt Point to an amount equal to 10/3 of the average daily

deliveries at such point for such twelve calendar month period and (ii)

Transporter shall post on PASSKEY the availability of that point for

Primary Receipt Point designations. Shipper will be able to designate a

replacement Primary Receipt Point on the same Supply Leg.

 

4.2 Secondary Receipt Points: All Eligible Receipt Points on Transporter's

system between the furthest downstream Primary Delivery Point and the

furthest downstream Primary Receipt Point shall be available as Secondary

Receipt Points up to the maximum daily quantity that is applicable to the

Primary Receipt Points in Shipper's Transportation Service Agreement.

 

4.3 Primary Delivery Points: Subject to the availability of capacity, any

Eligible Delivery Point on Transporter's system, including Pooling Area

Points, shall be eligible for designation as a Primary Delivery Point for

gas transported under this Rate Schedule. For the purposes of this Rate

Schedule, the term "Eligible Delivery Point" shall mean a point (i) that

is upstream of all Eligible Receipt Point(s) designated in Shipper's

Transportation Service Agreement, and (ii) that has electronic metering,

and (iii) which is covered by a Balancing Agreement with Transporter.

 

4.4 Secondary Delivery Points: All Eligible Delivery Points on Transporter's

system between the furthest upstream Primary Delivery Point and the

furthest upstream Primary Receipt Point shall be available as Secondary

Delivery Points up to the maximum daily quantity that is applicable to

the Primary Delivery Points in Shipper's Transportation Service

Agreement.

 

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

daily delivery quantities applicable to all of a Shipper's Primary

Delivery Points shall be equal to the maximum daily quantity under the

Shipper's Transportation Service Agreement.