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Original Sheet No. 151 Original Sheet No. 151 : Superseded

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

(3) "Direct high-priority supply obligation" means the

maximum volume of natural gas which a direct sale

customer of Sales Division would be entitled to take

delivery of from Sales Division for high priority uses

under the provisions of Section 17.B of the

Curtailment Plan during the applicable curtailment

period.

 

(4) "Indirect high-priority supply obligation" means the

maximum volume of natural gas which a local

distribution company served by Sales Division would be

entitled to take delivery of from Sales Division for

high priority uses of such local distribution

company's customers under the provisions of Section

17.B of the curtailment plan during the applicable

curtailment period.

 

(5) "Direct essential agricultural supply obligation" of

Sales Division for a particular curtailment period

with respect to an essential agricultural user which

is a direct sale customer of Sales Division is the

lesser of:

 

(i) the volume certified by the Secretary of

Agriculture as essential agricultural volumetric

requirements and calculated under 7 C.F.R.

Section 2900.4; or

 

(ii) the volume which may be delivered by Sales

Division to the direct sale customer without

causing Sales Division to exceed the volumetric

limitations in the contract between Sales

Division and the direct sale customer, as such

volumetric limitations may be in effect from

time-to-time.

 

(6) "Indirect essential agricultural supply obligation" of

Sales Division for a particular curtailment period to

a local distribution company served by Sales Division

with respect to essential agricultural users of such

local distribution company is the lesser of: