Florida Gas Transmission Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 03/01/1995, Docket: CP92-182-007, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 50 First Revised Sheet No. 50 : Superseded

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 50

RATE SCHEDULE IPS

In-Line Pooling Transportation Service (continued)

 

Requests for service which do not include all of the above-referenced

information shall be deemed null and void.

 

B. Additional Information Required

 

In addition, Shipper must provide the following information:

 

Prior to scheduling of service in any subsequent months, IPS Shipper must

provide the identity of the Downstream Shipper(s) receiving gas from IPS

Shipper at the In-Line Transfer Point, and the contract number under

which the Downstream Shipper is transporting gas received.

 

For Shipper's convenience, standardized service request forms shall be

available on Transporter's electronic bulletin board.

 

Shipper shall return to Transporter the fully executed IPS Service

Agreement within thirty (30) days after receipt thereof. In the event

Transporter does not receive the fully executed Service Agreement within

thirty (30) days, Shipper's request for transportation under this Rate

Schedule shall be null and void.

 

4. RATES AND CHARGES

 

There shall be no Reservation or Usage Charge, Fuel Reimbursement Charge

or Surcharge(s) under this Rate Schedule to the extent IPS quantities

delivered at the In-Line Transfer Point are confirmed as receipts by a

Downstream Shipper nominating Market Area transportation deliveries under

Rate Schedules FTS-1, FTS-2, SFTS, PTS-1, PRS, or ITS-1, provided further,

however, that any IPS Shipper shall be responsible for any scheduling or

balancing charges under the General Terms and Conditions of this tariff.

 

Neither Transporter nor Shipper shall be responsible for ACA charges

under Section 22 of the General Terms and Conditions with respect to

volumes transported under Rate Schedule IPS.

 

Quantities of gas transported to or for the account of the Rate Schedule

IPS Shipper shall not be assessed a Fuel Reimbursement Charge and such

quantities shall be recorded in Transporter's Backhaul and Pooling

Volumes Account as a Rate Schedule IPS Quantity.

 

5. IN-LINE TRANSFER POINT(S)

 

In-Line Transfer Point(s) shall be defined as Transporter's Compressor

Stations 7, 8, and 11, as well as any processing plant located on a

supply lateral. All gas received under an IPS Service Agreement shall be

deemed to transfer to the downstream Shipper at the closest in-line

transfer point east of the IPS Receipt Point(s).