Florida Gas Transmission Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 16-003, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 122A Original Sheet No. 122A : Superseded

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

(g) Unless otherwise agreed upon in writing by Transporter,

Shipper shall remain liable for any and all actions or

failures to act of Shipper's designee, including liability

for all charges under Shipper's Service Agreement.

 

2. At Transporter's request, Shipper shall permit Transporter

to name a designee to perform Transporter's obligations with

regard to nominations, scheduling, invoicing, and/or receiving

payment. Transporter shall not name more than one designee to

perform each such specified obligation under any Service

Agreement. Transporter shall remain liable for any and all

actions or failures to act of Transporter's designee. Payment

to Transporter's designee by Shipper shall be deemed payment in

full of all such amounts due Transporter. Transporter

specifically disclaims any right or claim to be paid with regard

to payment of amounts paid by Shipper to Transporter's designee.

 

11. MULTIPLE DIVISION CONTRACTS

 

A single Shipper having multiple divisions or plants (Divisions) may

contract with Transporter for service under a single Service Agreement.

Any such Service Agreement for firm service shall separately state the

seasonal MDTQs for each individual Division. The stated MDTQ shall

represent Shipper's Primary Delivery Point quantities and shall establish

Transporter's firm obligation to make available for delivery volumes at

such divisions or plants. The Service Agreement shall also specify a

total seasonal MDTQ. The aggregate MDTQ for all Divisions or plants shall

not exceed the total MDTQ stated in the Service Agreement, but Shipper may

shift entitlements from one Division or plant to another designated by

Shipper if operating conditions and pipeline capacity so permit and if

such a shift of entitlements does not affect Transporter's ability to

render firm service to other customers. Shipper may nominate and

Transporter may schedule such deliveries at a particular Division in

excess of the divisional MDTQ, provided the total scheduled quantity for

the Service Agreement does not exceed the total contractual MDTQ.