Texas Gas Transmission, LLC
Third Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 12/01/2009, Docket: RP09-548-001, Status: Effective
Fourth Revised Sheet No. 1801 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 1801
Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 1801
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
6.1.3 In the event of a capacity limitation on Texas Gas' system at any of
the Point(s) of Receipt, Texas Gas has the right to curtail receipts
for interruptible transportation services at such Points of Receipt in
accordance with Section 10 of the General Terms and Conditions of this
Tariff. Customer then has the option to nominate and receive
quantities of gas at any of the remaining Point(s) of Receipt, subject
to the availability of capacity.
6.1.4 Secondary Receipt and Delivery Points applicable to firm services
shall be posted on Texas Gas' Internet Website.
6.2 Receipt and Delivery Points For Firm Services (FT and STF)
6.2.1 Transportation under Rate Schedule FT and Rate Schedule STF shall be
considered firm at both the Receipt and Delivery Point(s) to Customer
for quantities delivered within Customer's transportation Contract
Demand, and subject to scheduling and curtailment as provided in
Section 12 of the General Terms and Conditions of Texas Gas' FERC Gas
Tariff. Texas Gas shall be obligated to receive from Customer, or for
the account of Customer, and redeliver to Customer, or for the account
of Customer, on a firm basis, quantities of natural gas up to a
specific daily transportation quantity which shall be Customer's firm
transportation Contract Demand and Texas Gas' Maximum Daily
Transportation Obligation. Additionally, Texas Gas shall be obligated
to receive from Customer, or for the account of Customer, and
redeliver to Customer, or for the account of Customer, on a firm
basis, quantities of natural gas on a seasonal basis during the
Winter Season up to Customer's Winter Quantity Entitlement and during
the Summer Season up to Customer's Summer Quantity Entitlement.
6.2.2 Subject to the provisions of Section 3.3 of Rate Schedule FT, for FT
contracts, the firm transportation Contract Demand must be a daily
transportation quantity which is the same for each day of the contract
term, which term must be for at least 12 consecutive months of
service. For service under Rate Schedule STF, the daily contract
Demand may vary by month and season within a contract term and must be
stated for each month of the requested contract period.
6.2.3 FT and STF Customers will designate firm primary receipt point
capacity within any allocated, awarded, or grandfathered supply
lateral capacity rights. Texas Gas will not limit the number of
primary receipt points available to an FT or STF Customer. Primary
receipt point capacity will be allocated on a first come, first-served
basis, with Customers requesting capacity on the same day (or during
any approved "open season" period) treated as being the same in time.
If capacity at any receipt point is oversubscribed such capacity will
be allocated pro rata among the parties same in time, based on the
capacity requested by each Customer, not to exceed any Customer's
applicable supply lateral rights.
6.2.4 Customers shall also have use of Secondary Receipt Points located
within the same zone as their Primary Receipt Point and in zones
downstream of their Primary Receipt Point(s) but upstream of the
Customer's Primary Delivery Point. Scheduling and curtailment of gas
receipts for an FT or STF Customer at a Secondary Point of Receipt
shall be subject to Section 12 of the General Terms and Conditions of
Texas Gas' FERC Gas Tariff.