Florida Gas Transmission Company
Third Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 11/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 16-007, Status: Effective
First Revised Sheet No. 180 First Revised Sheet No. 180 : Superseded
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 180
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
to the Relinquishing Shipper in a Permanent Relinquishment.
As to the Temporary Repackaged Relinquishment, revenues received
from the same shall be subject to Section 18K.
The Acquiring Shipper shall be obligated to pay Transporter the
applicable commodity rate, plus all associated volumetric
surcharges and fuel charges, applicable to the volumes
Transporter transports under the Acquiring Shipper's new service
Subject to the provisions of Section 18K below, Transporter will
retain the commodity rate, associated volumetric surcharges, and
fuel charges it receives from the Acquiring Shipper.
K. Revenue Sharing and Crediting
Any monthly revenues received by Transporter from an Acquiring
Shipper in a Temporary Repackaged Relinquishment shall be shared
by Transporter with all Relinquishing Shippers whose capacity is
relinquished pursuant to Section 18F above, in accordance with
(a) Transporter shall retain 10% of all such revenues; and
(b) the affected Relinquishing Shippers shall receive the
remaining proceeds, with each Relinquishing Shipper
receiving a pro rata portion based upon MDTQ relinquished
for the month.
L. Primary Point Capacity Allocation
1. Best Bids for capacity relinquishments under Section E hereof
which: (a) are non-recallable; (b) are for a period of one
calendar month; (c) require changes to primary points; and (d)
are to be effective on the same date, will be evaluated
concurrently and awarded, to the extent required, on a pro rata
basis. After this evaluation and award of capacity released
under Section 18.E. hereof, Transporter will concurrently
evaluate Best Bids for capacity released pursuant to Section
18.F hereof and award such capacity, to the extent necessary, on
a pro rata basis.