Texas Gas Transmission, LLC

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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

First Revised Sheet No. 1228 First Revised Sheet No. 1228

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 1228

 

RATE SCHEDULE FSS-M (Continued)

 

6.4 Customer electing not to renew their FSS-M 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

April determined in accordance with Section 14 of the General Terms and

Conditions of this Tariff, and Texas Gas shall pay Customer for its net

storage balance (in MMBtu) according to the following table:

 

Net Percentage of

Maximum Seasonal Quantity (MSQ) Percentage of

Remaining in Storage Index Price

 

0% to 5% 100%

>5% - 10% 90%

>10% - 15% 80%

>15% - 20% 70%

>20% 60%

 

6.5 When 75% of Customer's Maximum Seasonal Quantity (MSQ) has been withdrawn

from storage, each Customer shall have rights to the greater of his Average

Daily Seasonal Quantity (DSQ) or 90% of his Maximum Daily Quantity (MDQ).

Subsequent ratchet points as follows:

 

* 80% MSQ withdrawn - 85% MDQ available, or Average DSQ, whichever is

greater.

 

* 85% MSQ withdrawn - 80%MDQ available, or Average DSQ, whichever is

greater.

 

* 90% MSQ withdrawn - 75% MDQ available, or Average DSQ, whichever is

greater.

 

6.6 Pipeline shall deliver to Customer gas for Customer's account only when

Customer's storage inventory is greater than zero.

 

7. Summer Season Provisions

 

Pursuant to the provisions set forth below, Pipeline shall receive from Customer during

each Summer Season up to the Maximum Seasonal Quantity at daily rates not to exceed the

Maximum Daily Injection Quantity as defined below.