Viking Gas Transmission Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/01/2004, Docket: RP04-306-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 15C First Revised Sheet No. 15C : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 15C

 

RATE SCHEDULE FT-B

FIRM TRANSPORTATION SERVICE

 

 

5. RATES AND CHARGES (Continued)

 

5.2 Transportation Rates (Continued)

 

The sum of the Maximum Daily Quantities applicable to each Primary Receipt and

Primary Delivery Point combination shall not exceed the TQ under the Firm

Transportation Agreement.

 

On any Gas Day that transportation service at a Primary or Secondary Receipt

Point(s) in an upstream rate zone in excess of the TQ applicable to such rate zone

or schedules at a Primary or Secondary Delivery Point(s) in a downstream rate zone

in excess of the TQ applicable to such rate zone, Shipper shall pay a charge equal

to the difference between the applicable daily reservation rates for the upstream

and downstream rate zones on the quantity of gas received or delivered in excess

of the TQ of the respective rate zone.

 

In the event Company and Shipper agree to establish a fixed rate to be charged for

the duration of the transportation service, such rate will be set forth in the

applicable Firm Transportation Agreement.

 

5.3 Incidental Charges

 

In addition to the charges pursuant to Subsection 5.2 of this Rate Schedule,

Company shall charge Shipper an amount to reimburse Company 100 percent for any

filing or similar fees, which have not been previously paid by Shipper, which

Company incurs in establishing or rendering service. Company shall not use the

amounts so collected (both costs and revenues) in establishing its general system

rates.

 

5.4 Overrun Charge

 

If Shipper should on any Gas Day take, under this Rate Schedule, a quantity of gas

more than the effective quantity applicable to such Shipper established in an

Operational Flow Order pursuant to Section 8 of the General Terms and Conditions,

then such excess quantity shall constitute an unauthorized overrun quantity.

 

Shipper shall pay Company an unauthorized overrun charge equal to fifteen dollars

($15.00) for each Dth of excess deliveries to Shipper. The payment of the overrun

charge is in addition to any other remedies Company may have against Shipper for

Shipper's unauthorized overrun.

 

A Shipper may obtain Company's advance approval of an overrun quantity during

periods when an OFO is not in effect or when an overrun quantity would not be

inconsistent with the terms of an OFO. If Shipper obtains Company's advance

approval of an overrun quantity, then Shipper shall pay Company a rate equal to

the volumetric derivative of the maximum transportation charge applicable to the

service under its Firm Transportation Agreement pursuant to this Rate Schedule

designed on a 100 percent load factor basis multiplied by the amount of the

authorized overrun quantity, unless the parties mutually agree otherwise.