Texas Gas Transmission, LLC

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/01/2009, Docket: RP09-405-000, Status: Superseded

First Revised Sheet No. 803 First Revised Sheet No. 803

Superseding: Substitute Original Sheet No. 803

 

RATE SCHEDULE FSS (cont'd)

 

 

request Pipeline to accept deliveries of quantities of Gas in excess of the

Maximum Seasonal Quantity during any Summer Period and Customer may request

Pipeline to redeliver quantities of Gas in excess of the Maximum Seasonal

Quantity during any Winter Period; provided, however, that at no time may

Customer's Working Storage Gas exceed Customer's Maximum Seasonal Quantity.

Pipeline may do so on an interruptible basis if it can do so without adverse

effect on Pipeline's operations or its ability to meet all other service

obligations. Customer shall pay an Overrun Service charge pursuant to

Section 5.2 of this Rate Schedule FSS for such overrun storage service.

 

5.2 Overrun Service Charge: The Overrun Service Rate shall be paid for each MMBtu of

gas which is injected or withdrawn to or on behalf of Customer during the Month

pursuant to this Rate Schedule unless such overrun service, with Pipeline's

concurrence, is make-up of quantities of Gas that Pipeline previously failed

to inject into storage or withdraw from storage and Customer agrees to forego

the monthly bill reduction in Section 3.1(a)3. The FSS Overrun Service Rate

shall be the 100% load factor rate which is the sum of (a) the Daily

Deliverability Reservation Rate, (b) the Daily Capacity Reservation Rate, and

(c) the Injection/Withdrawal Commodity Rate.

 

6. Transfer of Gas in Place

 

Pipeline shall permit transfers of title of gas in inventory provided both Customers

have executed a service agreement under Rate Schedule FSS, ISS, NNS, NNL, FSS-M, or

ISS-M, both have executed transportation service agreements which will permit the

delivery of the gas, and such transfer does not result in either customer exceeding

its Maximum Seasonal Quantity.

 

7. Winter Season Provisions

 

During the Winter Season, Pipeline will deliver to Customer up to Customer's Maximum

Daily Withdrawal Quantity and Customer's Maximum Seasonal Quantity as set forth

below.

 

7.1 Customer will be required to nominate from storage into Pipeline's system a

quantity of gas up to the Maximum Daily Withdrawal Quantity.

 

7.2 Monthly Maximum Withdrawal: No more than 50% of Customer's Maximum Seasonal

Quantity shall be withdrawn in any consecutive 30 day period during the

period November through March.

 

7.3 Seasonal Minimum & Maximum Withdrawal - No more than 100% of Customer's

Maximum Seasonal Quantity shall be withdrawn by March 1 of any Winter Season;

provided further, that no less than 68% of Customer's Maximum Seasonal

Quantity shall be withdrawn each Winter Season if Customer has renewed its

FSS service for the subsequent storage contract year.

 

7.4 Customer electing not to renew their FSS service for the Storage Contract Year

will be required to withdraw 100% of Customer's Maximum Seasonal Quantity such

that its storage balance is zero by April 1. In the event that Seasonal

Quantities remain in storage on April 1, these volumes will be subject to cash out

at the system average "Index Price" for the month of