Texas Gas Transmission, LLC

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 09/15/2008, Docket: RP08-392-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 402 Original Sheet No. 402 RATE SCHEDULE NNS (cont'd) 4.4 Adjustment of Rates Texas Gas shall have the right to propose and file with the Commission or other body having jurisdiction, changes and revisions of any effective rate schedule, or to propose and file superseding rate schedules, for the purpose of changing the rate, charges, or other provisions thereof effective as to Customer. 4.5 Secondary Point(s) in Zone Outside Transportation Path Customer may not designate a secondary point in a zone outside of its transportation path unless Customer agrees in writing to also pay the Daily Demand reservation charge applicable to such zones as shown on Sheet No. 26 for the number of days the secondary point is used. 5. Minimum Monthly Bill a) The minimum monthly bill for transportation service rendered hereunder on a firm basis shall consist of the monthly Reservation Charge as described in Section 4.1 of this Rate Schedule. b) There shall be no minimum commodity bill for transportation service rendered hereunder on a firm basis.6. Daily Overruns 6.1 Authorized Daily Overruns, Allowable Variation, and Unauthorized Contract Demand Overrun Quantity a. Authorized Daily Overrun Where Customer has obtained Texas Gas' prior consent to transport quantities on any day in excess of its Daily Contract Demand, such excess quantities shall be considered authorized overruns. In such circumstances, Customer shall pay the NNS overrun rate for such authorized overruns and no penalty shall be assessed. b. Allowable Variation Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, Customer takes between 100% of Contract Demand and 102% of Contract Demand shall be considered an allowable variation in the delivery of the Contract Demand and shall not require Texas Gas' prior consent. In such circumstances, the Customer shall pay the NNS Overrun Rate for such takes and no penalty shall be assessed. Customer may rely on daily operational information provided by Texas Gas to determine if its takes have exceeded its daily Contract Demand and, if so, whether such excess takes are within 102% of Contract Demand and shall be considered allowable variation. Texas Gas shall use