Texas Gas Transmission, LLC
Third Revised Volume No. 1
Contents / Previous / Next / Main Tariff Index
Effective Date: 01/01/2009, Docket: RP09-128-000, Status: Effective
First Revised Sheet No. 556 First Revised Sheet No. 556
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 556
RATE SCHEDULE SGL (cont'd)
8. Reimbursement of Fees and Taxes
Customer shall reimburse Texas Gas for all fees, if any, required by the Commission or
any regulatory body related to service provided under this Rate Schedule, including
filing, reporting, and application fees. Provided, however, Texas Gas may waive filing
fees for Customer on a nondiscriminatory basis in the event of an administrative error.
9. Nominations, Receipts, and Deliveries
Customer shall be responsible for nominating gas supply into Texas Gas' system up to
Customer's Nominated Daily Quantity, pursuant to Section 12 of the General Terms and
Conditions. Receipts and deliveries under this Rate Schedule shall be governed by
Section 6.3 of the General Terms and Conditions.
10. Winter Season Provisions
During the Winter Season, Texas Gas will deliver to Customer up to Customer's Winter
Contract Demand and Customer's Winter Quantity Entitlement as set forth below.
10.1 Customer will only be required to nominate into Texas Gas' system a quantity of
gas up to the Nominated Daily Quantity.
10.2 In addition to the Nominated Daily Quantity actually scheduled by Customer, Texas
Gas will adjust deliveries from storage up to Customer's Unnominated Daily
Quantity to meet Customer's city-gate requirements up to Customer's Winter
10.3 In addition, Customer may exceed its Unnominated Daily Quantity by a quantity
equal to its Excess Unnominated Daily Quantity (i.e. 10% of its Winter Contract
Demand) for up to two (2) consecutive gas days without a penalty; however, total
deliveries to the Customer may not exceed the Customer's Winter Contract Demand.
Texas Gas will notify the Customer within four (4) hours of the end of the gas day
in which Customer has exceeded its Unnominated Daily Quantity. If the Customer
does not cease taking such Excess Unnominated Daily Quantity from Texas Gas'
storage after two (2) consecutive gas days, then Texas Gas may assess a penalty of
$15 per MMBtu of such excess gas taken and may issue an operational flow order
requiring Customer to immediately inject additional gas supply and/or reduce city-
gate deliveries so that the customer is no longer exceeding his Unnominated Daily