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. 2109 First Revised Sheet No. 2109

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 2109

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Section 9

(Cont'd)

 

 

9.8 Transportation of Gas Into and Out of Storage

 

9.8.1 All applicable transportation charges, including fuel retention, will

be charged for delivering gas into storage, including Third Party

Storage Points as such term is defined in Section 9.8.4 hereof.

 

9.8.2 When gas is delivered out of storage, including Third Party Storage

Points hereof, Texas Gas will treat the transportation from the

initial receipt point into and out of storage to the ultimate delivery

point as a single transportation transaction by crediting the

transportation charges from the initial receipt point into storage

when the gas is transported out of storage to the ultimate delivery

point. Such credit is available only when the shipper meets all the

criteria of Sections 9.8.3 and 9.8.4 below. Fuel will be retained on

both transportation into and out of storage, without any related

crediting.

 

9.8.3 For the transportation credit described in Section 9.8.2 to be

available, the shipper must (1) request such credit, (2) utilize the

same Texas Gas rate schedule for transportation into and out of

storage, (3) warrant that the gas withdrawn from storage was

previously transported to storage under an agreement between Texas Gas

and shipper, and thus qualifies for the credit, and (4) utilize such

credit within 12 months of the initial transportation haul into

storage. In addition, to be eligible for exemption from the charges,

the shipper must provide or cause the owner of the third party storage

facility to provide Texas Gas with sufficient documentation to confirm

the accuracy of the warranty.

 

9.8.4 As used in this Section 9.8, a "Third Party Storage Point" is a bi-

directional (capable of both physically receiving and physically

delivering gas) interconnect between Texas Gas and an underground

storage facility owned by a third party that is adjacent to and

directly connected to the Texas Gas system, and is in the

transportation path of the shipper.

 

9.8.5 The transportation charge provisions of Sections 9.8.1, 9.8.2, and 9.8.3

above shall also apply for transportation involving Texas Gas' ISS, FSS,

ISS-M, or FSS-M storage services, if available.