Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Company, LLC

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/29/2009, Docket: RP09-558-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 180 First Revised Sheet No. 180

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 180

 

RATE SCHEDULE FT

Firm Transportation Service

(Continued)

 

 

2. APPLICABILITY AND CHARACTER OF SERVICE

 

2.7 Transportation service available hereunder to a Buyer of capacity resulting from a

conversion from Seller's Rate Schedules X-289 through X-313 ("Southern Expansion

Capacity"), from the unbundling/conversion of Rate Schedule SS-1, or from a conversion

from Rate Schedule SS-1 Section 7(c) Transportation Service shall be limited to the

period commencing on November 1 of each year through March 31 of the following year.

Further, Southern Expansion Capacity (certificated in Docket No. CP88-760) has a TCQ

applicable to the peak winter months of December, January, and February and a lower TCQ

applicable to the shoulder months of November and March.

 

2.8 In any zone for which Buyer pays a reservation charge to Seller under this Rate

Schedule, Buyer shall have access, on a secondary basis, to:

 

(a) receipt points within that zone which are (i) located on Seller's mainline system

upstream of Station 85, (ii) located on Seller's Mobile Bay Lateral, or (iii)

downstream of Station 85 but not located within Buyer's firm contract path, as

defined by those receipt and delivery points specifically identified in Buyer's

FT Service Agreement; provided however, Buyer shall not have access on a

secondary basis to receipt points located on any of Seller's delivery laterals as

enumerated in Section 21.2 of the General Terms and Conditions; and

 

(b) delivery points within that zone; provided however, Buyer shall not have access

on a secondary basis to delivery points located on any of Seller's delivery

laterals as enumerated in Section 21.2 of the General Terms and Conditions.

 

The quantities to be received or delivered on a secondary basis will be those

quantities in excess of Buyer's firm capacity entitlement at the respective point of

receipt or delivery, and shall not exceed Buyer's total firm capacity entitlement for

the zone in which the point of receipt or delivery is located. Notwithstanding

anything to the contrary in the foregoing, the sum of all quantities that can be

nominated in any segment in a zone by Buyer and by any and all Replacement Shippers

that derive a firm capacity entitlement in that zone from Buyer shall be limited to

Buyer's original firm capacity entitlement under this Rate Schedule FT in that segment

of the zone. If the sum of all such nominated quantities exceed Buyer's original firm

capacity entitlement under this Rate Schedule FT in that segment of the zone, the

nominations using capacity on a secondary basis in any segment covered by the

nomination shall be reduced on a pro rata basis, based upon nominated quantities in

each segment. Nominations that are not using capacity on a secondary basis in any

segment shall not be subject to reduction under this Section 2.8. Further, Reverse

Path transportation, as defined in Section 2.9(b) herein, which results in the

delivery of gas to a point downstream of the point of receipt will be scheduled on a

secondary basis. Quantities received or delivered on a secondary basis shall have the

priority set forth in Section 28 of the General Terms and Conditions and shall be

subject to reduction or interruption as specified in Sections 11 and 28 of the General

Terms and Conditions.

 

2.9 For transportation service under this Rate Schedule the following terms shall apply in

order to indicate direction of flow:

 

(a) Primary Path

 

The transportation path established by the receipt and delivery points as set

forth in Buyer's executed Service Agreement.

 

(b) Reverse Path

 

The transportation path that is in the opposite direction of the Primary Path as

defined in Section 2.9(a) above.