Texas Gas Transmission, LLC
Third Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 04/01/2009, Docket: RP00-426-042, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 88A Original Sheet No. 88A
Eligible Secondary Receipt Points: Other points of interconnection on the Fayetteville Lateral
Eligible Primary Delivery Point(s): Lula, Meter No. 9714
Eligible Secondary Delivery Point(s): NGPL-Bald Knob, Meter No. 9163
MRT-Bald Knob, Meter No. 9799
TETCO-Bald Knob, Meter No. 9533
Negotiated Rate(s): The rate set forth below will remain in effect for the term of this Agreement without regard to Texas Gas' maximum or
minimum applicable rates.
This Negotiated Rate Agreement shall in no event be construed as waiving any rights that Southwestern has under the
MFN Contract (defined below) or relieving Texas Gas of its obligations to Southwestern under the MFN Contract.
Demand Rate: $0.1650 per MMBtu per day
Commodity Rate: $0.0010 per MMBtu, plus applicable ACA surcharge
Overrun Rate to the Eligible
Primary Delivery Point: $0.1853 per MMBtu, plus applicable ACA surcharge
Overrun Rate to Eligible
Secondary Delivery Points:$0.0803 per MMBtu, plus applicable ACA surcharge
The Negotiated Overrun Rates are limited to total gas quantities up to 15% of Firm Transportation Contract Demand.
Fuel Use, Loss and
Unaccounted for: Texas Gas' effective maximum fuel use, loss, and unaccounted for percentage, not to exceed 0.25% per MMBtu beginning
the later of (a) April 1, 2009, or (b) the first day of the month after the date that Texas Gas has (i) received
approval from the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration of Texas Gas' Special Operating Permit
applications, and (ii) received authority from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to operate the Fayetteville
Lateral at a capacity of 950,000 MMBtu per day.
Texas Gas' effective maximum fuel use, loss and unaccounted for percentage, not to exceed 0.30% per MMBtu beginning
on the date that the Contract Demand increases to 300,000 MMBtu per day.
Texas Gas' maximum applicable transportation rates shall apply during any Renewal Terms; provided, however, that
during the first two (2) Renewal Terms, the Negotiated Demand, Commodity, Fuel and Overrun rates shall apply as long
as Southwestern maintains a contract demand in each Renewal Term that is at least fifty percent (50%) of the contract
demand in the immediately preceding Initial Term or Renewal Term, as the case may be.
*Continued on Sheet No. 88B