Texas Gas Transmission, LLC

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 03/08/2010, Docket: RP10-366-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 1806 First Revised Sheet No. 1806

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 1806

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Section 6

(Cont'd)

 

6.5.2 The Delivery Point(s) for all gas transported by Texas Gas under Rate

Schedule TAPS shall be at the Pooling Point(s). Texas Gas will require a

priority list for scheduling and curtailing gas deliveries, in cases of

gas supply shortage or curtailment, from Customer's Pooling Delivery

Point to downstream Corresponding Transportation Agreements.

 

6.6 Service Zones

Gas service under this tariff is divided into the following service zones:

Zone SL (Southern Louisiana) is comprised of the area served from the pipeline

system which lies south of the point of intersection of the Bastrop-Eunice

mainline and the Red River in Rapides Parish, Louisiana.

 

Zone 1 is comprised of the area served from (a) the pipeline system extending

generally from Lisbon, Louisiana, to Memphis, Tennessee, and thence to Jackson,

Tennessee, by means of the system which was formerly owned and operated by the

Memphis Natural Gas Company prior to its merger into Texas Gas Transmission, LLC,

(b) the main transmission pipeline system extending from Panola County, Texas, to

the Bastrop Compressor Station, (c) the system extending northward from the point

of intersection of the Bastrop-Eunice line and the Red River in Rapides Parish,

Louisiana, to the Bastrop Compressor Station, and (d) the system extending from

the Bastrop Compressor Station to the point of intersection of the main

transmission pipeline with the county line between the counties of Lauderdale and

Dyer, Tennessee; provided, however, the Fayetteville and Greenville Laterals, as

more fully defined below, are subject to incremental rates and are not a part of

Zone 1. For purposes of pooling under Rate Schedule TAPS, the Fayetteville

Lateral Phase I (the first 66 miles of the Fayetteville Lateral, from Conway

County, Arkansas to the Bald Knob area in White County, Arkansas), the

Fayetteville Lateral Phase II (the remainder of the Fayetteville Lateral from

White County, Arkansas to the interconnect with Texas Gas' mainline), and the

Greenville Lateral may each be considered a separate Service Zone.

 

The Fayetteville Lateral is comprised of the area served from the pipeline system

beginning in Grandview, Arkansas and extending due east through Faulkner,

Cleburne, and White County into Woodruff County, Arkansas, then turning southeast

through Woodruff, St. Francis, Lee and Phillips County, Arkansas, across the

Mississippi River near Helena, Arkansas to the terminus of Texas Gas' mainline

system in Coahoma County, Mississippi.

 

The Greenville Lateral is comprised of the area served from Texas Gas' Greenville

Compressor Station beginning in Washington County, Mississippi, and traversing

east-southeast through Washington, Sunflower, Humphreys, and Holmes County to the

southern portion of Attala County, Mississippi.

 

Zone 2 is comprised of the area served from the main transmission pipeline system

between the point of intersection of said pipeline with the county line between

the counties of Lauderdale and Dyer, Tennessee, and a point on said pipeline

system at the intersection with the county line between the counties of Lyon and

Caldwell, Kentucky.

 

Zone 3 is comprised of the area served in the western part of Kentucky,

southwestern and central Indiana, and southeastern part of Illinois by means of

the system formerly owned and operated by the Kentucky Natural Gas Corporation

prior to its merger into Texas Gas Transmission, LLC and shall also include the

area served from the main transmission pipeline system from the point of

intersection of said pipeline with the county line between the counties of Lyon

and Caldwell, Kentucky, and the point of intersection of said pipeline with the

county line between the counties of Breckenridge and Hancock, Kentucky.

 

Zone 4 is comprised of the area served from the main transmission pipeline system

from the point of intersection of said pipeline with the county line between the

counties of Breckenridge and Hancock, Kentucky, and the terminus of the pipeline

near Lebanon, Ohio.