Texas Gas Transmission, LLC

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/2008, Docket: RP09-67-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 73 Original Sheet No. 73

 

Annual Minimal Commodity

Revenue Commitment (cont'd): To the extent Anadarko releases capacity from Zone SL to Zone 4 or from Zone 1 to Zone 4, then Anadarko may

elect the following alternate pricing mechanism:

 

Demand Rate: $0.3142 per MMBtu/day for Zone SL to Zone 4

$0.2842 per MMBtu/day for Zone 1 to Zone 4

 

Commodity Rates: $0.025 per MMBtu to Lebanon, plus Texas Gas' currently effective fuel percentage

Texas Gas' currently effective maximum commodity rate plus ACA surcharge and Texas Gas'

currently effective fuel percentage to all other points

 

 

All the incremental demand revenues (demand revenues in excess of $0.20/MMBtu) and the commodity revenues (excluding

any commodity revenues related to transportation service on the Greenville Lateral) will be credited toward

Anadarko's Minimum Annual Commodity Revenue Commitment. Anadarko must notify Texas Gas of its election to price

capacity released using this revised pricing structure prior to or at the time it posts capacity for release on Texas

Gas' website.

 

To the extent Anadarko does not elect the alternate pricing mechanism, the negotiated rates will apply. For each

MMBtu delivered under any release or re-release, Texas Gas will credit Anadarko for any revenues received from the

replacement shipper(s) up to the Negotiated Rates and Anadarko will pay Texas Gas the difference, if any, between the

Negotiated Rates and the amount actually received from the replacement shipper(s). Anadarko will receive all

revenues received from the replacement shipper(s) for amounts in excess of the Negotiated Rates.