Texas Gas Transmission, LLC

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 03/04/2010, Docket: RP10-360-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 652 Original Sheet No. 652

 

Rate Schedule WNS (cont'd)

 

 

6. Authorized Hourly Overrun

 

Customer may request that Texas Gas allow hourly overruns in excess of the variable

hourly flow permitted pursuant to Section 14 of this rate schedule. To the extent

Texas Gas is operationally able to provide such hourly overrun without adversely

impacting other firm services on its system, Texas Gas may agree to and authorize

such hourly overruns by setting flow control at a quantity greater than otherwise

permissible under Section 14. For any such volumes delivered during any hour in

excess of that which Texas Gas is obligated to deliver under Section 14, Customer

agrees to and shall pay an hourly overrun charge in an amount per MMBtu as set forth

in the currently effective Sheet Nos. 29A, 29B, and 35A of this tariff. For purposes

of billing such hourly overrun, an "hour" shall mean a period of sixty consecutive

minutes beginning at the top of the hour (e.g., 9:00) or such other period of sixty

consecutive minutes mutually agreeable to Customer and Texas Gas.

 

7. Daily and Hourly Overrun

 

7.1 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 WNS 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 WNS 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

the lesser of operational information or actual data to determine whether

Customer's excess takes are allowable variation or unauthorized overrun

quantity.

 

(c) Unauthorized Contract Demand Overrun Quantity

 

Customer takes in excess of 102 percent of the Contract Demand on any day,

without Texas Gas' prior consent, shall constitute Unauthorized Contract

Demand Overrun Quantity.