Texas Gas Transmission, LLC

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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

First Revised Sheet No. 1805 First Revised Sheet No. 1805

Superseding: Substitute Original Sheet No. 1805

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Section 6

(Cont'd)

 

6.4.4 Customers transporting gas pursuant to Rate Schedule SNS or WNS shall

designate one or more Primary Delivery Points where capacity is reserved

on a firm basis. The sum of capacity reserved at the Primary Delivery

Point(s) cannot exceed the Customer's Applicable firm transportation

Contract Demand. Such limitation, however, is not intended to prevent a

Customer from releasing its firm capacity in segments pursuant to Section

16 of the General Terms and Conditions herein. For purposes of

determining amount of primary delivery point capacity reserved by an SNS

or WNS Customer, primary delivery point capacity reserved by Replacement

Customers under their SNS or WNS Service Agreements shall not be

considered as primary delivery point capacity reserved under the Releasing

Customer's SNS or WNS Service Agreement.

 

6.4.5 SNS or WNS Customers will have access to Secondary Delivery Points on a

firm basis upstream of their Primary Delivery Points up to Customer's

Contract Demand. In addition, SNS or WNS Customers will have access to

Secondary Delivery Points downstream of their Primary Delivery Points on

an interruptible basis, if such points are located within the same service

zone as their Primary Delivery Point(s). Curtailment of gas deliveries to

an SNS or WNS Customer at a Secondary Point of Delivery shall be subject

to Section 12 of the General Terms and Conditions of this Tariff.

 

 

6.4.6 Provided Texas Gas' prior consent is obtained, Customer may tender

quantities of gas in excess of the Nominated Daily Quantity, or take

quantities in excess of Customer's Contract Demand, on any day if such

tender and transportation of such gas can be accomplished by Texas Gas

without detriment to any other Customer under any of Texas Gas'

transportation rate schedules (see Section 12 of the General Terms and

Conditions of Texas Gas' FERC Gas Tariff) if such transportation is

compatible to Texas Gas' system operation requirements. Subject to the

foregoing restrictions, Texas Gas' consent shall not be unreasonably

withheld.

 

6.5 TAPS Service Receipt and Delivery Points

 

6.5.1 The Receipt Point(s) for all gas transported by Texas Gas under Rate

Schedule TAPS shall be at a mutually agreeable interconnection between

Texas Gas' facilities and the facilities of Customer or Customer's

Designee located in the same Texas Gas service zone as Customer's Pooling

Delivery Point.

 

Texas Gas shall have the right to interrupt service under Rate Schedule

TAPS if total deliveries of gas to Texas Gas from all customers under all

Rate Schedules at any one point of receipt fall below a volume that can be

accurately measured.

 

Should Customer's nominations at a particular Point or Points of Receipt

exceed the quantity of gas available for receipt at such Point of Receipt,

it is the responsibility of Customer and its supplier to allocate the

quantities actually available for receipt at that point. Texas Gas will

require Predetermined Allocation Agreements at all receipt points in

accordance with Section 13 of the General Terms and Conditions of this

tariff.

 

Customer agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Texas Gas from any and all

claims, suits, damages, or actions arising from the failure of Texas Gas

to receive quantities of gas actually nominated by Customer at a

particular Point or Points of Receipt, resulting specifically from the

situations described above.