Portland General Electric Company
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 12/03/2003, Docket: RP04- 48-000, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 13 Original Sheet No. 13 : Effective
RATE SCHEDULE FT-1
6. SCHEDULED OVERRUN TRANSPORTATION
Upon request of Shipper, on any day Shipper may tender and
Transporter, at its option, may accept for transportation hereunder
quantities of gas in excess of Shipper's Transportation Contract Demand
specified in the executed Service Agreement. However, Transporter will
not accept quantities of overrun gas for transportation if it would
cause curtailment of any firm service to any other Shipper under any
Rate Schedule or up to the Maximum Daily Quantity for any other Shipper
under any interruptible transportation Rate Schedule.
In the event that capacity is available to provide overrun
service, overrun service under this Rate Schedule FT-1 shall be treated as
interruptible, and interruption of overrun service shall be consistent with
Section 12 of the General Terms and Conditions.
If Transporter elects to transport any quantities of gas in
excess of Shipper's Transportation Contract Demand, Shipper shall pay
for the excess gas transportation on any such day the amounts specified
6.1 An amount obtained as the sum of (a) and (b):
(a) An amount obtained by multiplying (i) the quantity of Dth
in excess of Transportation Contract Demand by (ii) the Maximum
Currently Effective Scheduled Overrun Transportation rate per
Dth as set forth on Sheet No. 4 of this Tariff, unless otherwise
agreed to by Shipper and Transporter.
(b) An amount obtained by multiplying (i) the quantity of Dth
in excess of Transportation Contract Demand by (ii) the sum of
the applicable ACA component as set forth on Sheet No. 4 of this
Tariff. This charge shall be subject to adjustment in accordance
with Section 15 of the General Terms and Conditions.