Reliant Energy Gas Transmission Company

Fifth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/2002, Docket: RP00-482-003, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 146 First Revised Sheet No. 146 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 146

RATE SCHEDULE FSS

FIRM STORAGE SERVICE

(continued)

 

adjusted by subtracting the product of the total Dth of

Gas which Transporter was unable to tender and the

currently effective Deliverability Fee Adjustment Rate.

For Shippers paying less than the maximum rate, the

amount of the adjustment, if any, shall be consistent

with the discount agreement between Shipper and

Transporter.

 

(b) Excess Service Charge: Except as may occur pursuant to

the Storage Overrun Service provisions of this Rate

Schedule, or unless Transporter waives all or part of

such Excess Service Charge, if during any Service Month

during the Withdrawal Period, Shipper receives in excess

of one hundred two percent (102%) of the Maximum Monthly

Withdrawal Quantity (or in the event of curtailment or

when Transporter has invoked the provisions of Section 20

of the General Terms and Conditions, in excess of 102% of

the total Dth which Shipper is authorized to receive),

then the bill for the Service Month shall be adjusted by

adding the product of the total Dth of Gas taken in

excess of 102% of the Maximum Monthly Withdrawal Quantity

or other authorized amount, as applicable, and the

applicable Excess Service Rate.

 

(c) Cycling Penalty: If a Shipper fails to reduce its

Working Gas Quantity by the end of the Storage Contract

Year to a quantity equal to not more than twenty-one

percent (21%) of its Working Gas Quantity as of November

1 of such Storage Contract Year, then the bill for the

last Service Month of the Storage Contract Year shall be

adjusted by adding the product of the total Dth of

Working Gas Quantity in excess of twenty-one percent

(21%) of the Working Gas Quantity in storage as of

November 1 of such Storage Contract Year and the Cycling

Penalty Charge.