Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company

FIFTH REVISED VOLUME NO. 1

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Effective Date: 11/03/2001, Docket: RP02- 17-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 246 First Revised Sheet No. 246 : Effective

 

 

 

RATE SCHEDULE FT-IL

FIRM TRANSPORTATION INCREMENTAL LATERAL SERVICE (continued)

 

 

those rates, rate components, charges, or credits, identified by

Transporter and Shipper in writing as being superseded by a Negotiated

Rate shall be in effect during the period that the Negotiated Rate is

effective; all other rates, rate components, charges, or credits

prescribed, required, established or imposed by this Rate Schedule or

Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff shall remain in effect. Transporter shall

make any filings at the FERC necessary to effectuate a Negotiated Rate.

 

6. MONTHLY BILL

 

The Monthly Bill for deliveries shall be equal to:

 

(a) Reservation Charge: A reservation charge equal to the product of the

applicable Reservation Rate shown in the Summary of Rates and Charges in

Transporter's effective FERC Gas Tariff multiplied by the Transportation

Quantity specified in Shipper's FT-IL Service Agreement; and

 

(b) Commodity Charge: The applicable Commodity Rate set forth in the

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

multiplied by the quantity of gas scheduled in the month; and

 

(c) Other Charges: If applicable, any Facilities Charge, any Incidental

Charges, any Authorized or Unauthorized Overrun Charges, any Fuel and

Losses Charge, and any applicable surcharges as shown in the Summary of

Rates and Charges and any cashout charges resulting from imbalances

incurred.

 

7. FAILURE OF TRANSPORTER

 

If Transporter fails to tender for delivery during any one or more days the

quantity of natural gas which Shipper has scheduled for delivery, taking into

consideration an allowable variation of 2%, up to the maximum quantity which

Transporter is obligated by the FT-IL Service Agreement to deliver to Shipper,

then the demand charge as otherwise computed hereunder shall be reduced by an

amount equal to the applicable Daily Demand Rate per dth times the difference

between the quantity of natural gas tendered for delivery during said day or

days and the quantity of natural gas scheduled by Shipper for delivery at

Primary Delivery Point(s) during said day or days; provided that if

Transporter's failure to perform is due to a force majeure event described in

Article X of the General Terms and Conditions of Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff,

Transporter will not be obligated to reduce Shipper's demand charges, in the

manner described above, for failure to tender delivery at Shipper's primary or

secondary delivery point(s). If Transporter's failure to perform is due to a

routine, non-emergency maintenance event as set forth in Article X of the

General Terms and Conditions of Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff, Transporter will

not be obligated to reduce Shipper's charges, in the manner described above,

for failure to tender delivery at a secondary delivery point(s) if Shipper re-

nominates and Transporter re-schedules delivery to Shipper's primary delivery

point(s).