Midcoast Interstate Transmission, Inc.
Second Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 10/01/1997, Docket: GT97- 71-000, Status: Effective
Second Revised Sheet No. 52 Second Revised Sheet No. 52 : Effective
Superseding: FIRST REVISED SHEET NO. 52
RATE SCHEDULE IT (continued)
general system rates. The applicable Incidental Charges
shall be stated in the IT Contract.
5.4 Imbalance Charge: In addition to the charges in Sections
5.1, 5.2 and 5.3, Transporter may charge Shipper an
Imbalance Charge as provided in Section 3 of the General
Terms and Conditions.
5.5 Take-or-Pay Charge: If applicable, Transporter shall
charge Shipper each month the Volumetric Take-or-Pay
Surcharge as shown on the currently effective Tariff Sheet
5.6 Transition Cost: If applicable, Transporter shall charge
Shipper each month the amount of transition cost, as
determined pursuant to Section 33 of the General Terms and
Conditions of Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff.
6. FUEL AND LOSSES
Included in each of Shipper's nominations for transportation
shall be the quantity of gas required for Transporter's system
fuel and losses ("Fuel Quantity"), associated with rendering
transportation service pursuant to this Rate Schedule. The Fuel
Quantity shall be calculated by multiplying the Fuel Retention
Factor shown on the effective Tariff Sheet No. 4 times the
quantity of gas nominated for transportation pursuant to this
Rate Schedule with the result of this calculation rounded to the
nearest whole dekatherm [(1-Fuel Retention Factor % / 100) x
Receipt Quantity = Delivery Quantity]. The winter and summer
Fuel Quantity shall be separately stated. Transporter may
redetermine the Fuel Retention Factor, such redetermination to
be effective January 1 of any year, by filing revised tariff
sheets and supporting workpapers with the FERC.