Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation
Sixth Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 06/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 11-009, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 12 Original Sheet No. 12 : Effective
This Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Gas Tariff is filed
by Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation (Texas Eastern) in compliance
with Part 154, Subchapter E, Chapter 1, Title 18, of the Code of Federal
Regulations and in compliance with Order No. 636 of the FERC. This FERC
Gas Tariff reflects the unbundling of services in compliance with Order No.
636 and sets forth the terms and conditions of the transportation and
storage services rendered by Texas Eastern. Texas Eastern is a natural gas
company engaged in the business of transporting and storing natural gas in
interstate commerce under authorization granted by and subject to the
jurisdiction of the FERC. Texas Eastern's former bundled sales Customers
elected zero merchant services from Texas Eastern pursuant to Order No.
636. Any future merchant services of Texas Eastern will be rendered by
Texas Eastern Energy Services Company, an operating division of Texas
Eastern, (TESERV) pursuant to its FERC Gas Tariff, Original Volume No. 1A.
The point at which TESERV shall make unbundled sales of gas shall be at a
point at or upstream of the commencement of Texas Eastern's jurisdictional
facilities and or any transportation agreement held by Texas Eastern as of
June 1, 1993 on third party interstate pipelines.
The facilities owned and operated by Texas Eastern consist of a
pipeline system which extends (1) from the State of Texas through the
States of Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, West
Virginia, Pennsylvania and New Jersey to the State of New York, (2) from
the State of Mississippi through the States of Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky
and Ohio to the State of Pennsylvania; and which includes storage fields in
Maryland and Pennsylvania.
The transportation and storage of natural gas is undertaken by Texas
Eastern only under written contract acceptable to Texas Eastern after
consideration of its commitments to others, delivery capacity and other
factors deemed pertinent by Texas Eastern. If any such contract is to
become operative only upon performance of certain precedent conditions,
Texas Eastern reserves the right to require a separate written agreement
specifying the conditions which must be satisfied before the contract for
the transportation and/or storage of gas becomes operative.