Wyoming Interstate Company, Ltd.
Second Revised Volume No. 2
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Effective Date: 04/12/2010, Docket: RP10-491-000, Status: Effective
Seventh Revised Sheet No. 82A Seventh Revised Sheet No. 82A
Superseding: Sixth Revised Sheet No. 82A
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
13.FUEL AND L&U
13.1 The FL&U Percentage(s) shall be stated separately on the
Statement of Rates in Transporter's Tariff as a Fuel Gas
component and an L&U component, and shall apply to all quantities
received by Transporter under all Rate Schedules (except Rate
Schedule HSP-1) in this Tariff. Furthermore, the FL&U
Percentages shall be stated separately for Transporter's mainline
and each lateral, as applicable.
13.2 The FL&U Percentage(s) shall be recomputed every three months.
Transporter shall file with the FERC the documentation supporting
such quarterly recomputation. The proposed FL&U Percentage(s)
shall become effective on the proposed date after appropriate
FERC review and notice.
13.3 Fuel Gas and the L&U will be assessed as follows:
(a) For Shippers assessed both a Fuel Gas and L&U charge,
should the sum of the Fuel Gas and the L&U components be
less than zero, the FL&U Percentage shall be adjusted to
zero and the quantities that would have reduced the
calculation of the FL&U rates to below zero shall be
excluded and applied to the calculation of the FL&U
Percentage in future period(s), except as provided in
Section 13.5(d) below. Such amounts will be deemed to be
Excess Fuel Gas and L&U Quantities.
(b) For Shippers not assessed Fuel Gas pursuant to Section
13.6, the L&U Percentage shall not be less than zero.
Quantities that would have reduced the calculation of the
L&U percentage to below zero shall be excluded from the
calculation and applied to the Fuel Gas percentage
pursuant to Section 13.3(a), except as provided in Section
13.5(d) below. Such amount will be deemed to be Excess
13.4 The FL&U Adjustment quantity shall be calculated as a fixed ratio
(FL&U Percentage) applied to all quantities received by
Transporter during the effective period of the FL&U Percentages.
Transporter will provide, if applicable, a fuel matrix for
receipt and Delivery point combinations. Shipper should not be
responsible for calculating and totaling fuel based on each zone
or facility traversed. (NAESB WGQ Standard 1.3.30)