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Original Sheet No. 150 Original Sheet No. 150 : Superseded
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
B. Supply Curtailment
1. Curtailment Process
The provisions of this Section 17B apply where Sales Division
is providing sales service pursuant to Rate Schedule TSS and
is unable to deliver firm sales quantities under Rate
Schedule TSS or another firm sales agreement as a result of
shortfall in Sales Division's supply.
To the extent Sales Division experiences a shortfall in
supply, Sales Division shall curtail deliveries to its firm
sales customers who were being served by such supplies, in
accordance with this Section. Sales Division shall curtail
firm sales by end-use, curtailing first any sales volumes
associated with Priority 9 use. If all uses classified as
Priority 9 have been curtailed and Sales Division is still
experiencing a shortfall, Sales Division shall next curtail
Category 8, then 7, and so on, until Sales Division is in
balance between supplies and sales. Sales Division shall not
curtail a higher priority use hereunder unless it is also
curtailing all lower priority uses. To the extent Sales
Division only needs to curtail part of a particular end-use
category in order to accommodate its supply shortfall, Sales
Division shall prorate the curtailment among all firm sales
customers with requirements in that priority classification.
2. Generally Applicable Provisions
The following provisions shall apply to curtailment of firm
sales and transportation services.
(a) Definitions -- The following terms shall have the
meanings set forth below when used in connection with
this Section 17:
(1) "NGPA" means the Natural Gas Policy Act of 1978.
(2) "School" means a facility, the primary function
of which is delivering instruction to regularly
enrolled students in attendance at such facility.
Facilities used for both educational and
noneducational activities are not included under
this definition unless the latter activities are
merely incidental to the delivery of instruction.