Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation

Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 10/01/1993, Docket: CP92-459-002, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 253A Original Sheet No. 253A : Effective

 

 

RATE SCHEDULE LLIT

 

LEBANON LATERAL INTERRUPTIBLE TRANSPORTATION SERVICE

 

1. AVAILABILITY

 

1.1 Subject to Section 1.2 herein, this Open-access Rate Schedule is

available to any party (hereinafter called Customer) which has

requested interruptible transportation service pursuant to

Section 3 of Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation's

(hereinafter called Pipeline) General Terms and Conditions and,

after review and acceptance of such request by Pipeline, has

entered into a service agreement with Pipeline for service on

Pipeline's Lebanon Lateral, as defined in Section 1.2 under this

Rate Schedule LLIT. Such service agreement shall be in the form

contained in Pipeline's FERC Gas Tariff of which this Rate

Schedule LLIT is a part.

 

1.2 Initial service under this Rate Schedule LLIT is available

pursuant to the acquisition, ownership, and operation of certain

facilities (herein referred to as "Lebanon Lateral") as further

defined in the final order accepting Docket No. CP92-459-000. As

provided therein, Pipeline hereby agrees to preserve the

priorities of Trunkline Gas Company's queue for interruptible

transportation service existing for the Lebanon Lateral prior to

the date of such final order.

 

2. APPLICABILITY AND CHARACTER OF SERVICE

 

2.1 Transportation Service shall be interruptible, as provided herein

and in Pipeline's General Terms and Conditions. Service under this Rate

Schedule does not constitute "no-notice" service as that term is used in

Order No. 636.

 

2.2 Pipeline shall receive for Customer's account, at the Point(s) of

Receipt, for transportation hereunder daily quantities of gas up to

Customer's Maximum Daily Quantity (MDQ), plus Applicable Shrinkage.

Customer's MDQ shall be specified in the executed service agreement.

Pipeline shall transport and deliver for Customer's account, at the

Point(s) of Delivery, such daily quantities tendered up to such Customer's

MDQ.

 

2.3 Provided Pipeline's prior consent is obtained, Customer may

tender quantities of gas in excess of the MDQ on any day if the tender and

transportation of such gas can be accomplished by Pipeline without

detriment to any other Customer under any of Pipeline's Rate Schedules, and

if such transportation is compatible to Pipeline's system operating

requirements. Such excess quantities shall be billed in accordance with

Section 3.2(B).

 

2.4 Pipeline shall not be obligated to add any facilities or expand

the capacity of the Lebanon Lateral or its pipeline system in any manner in

order to provide transportation service to Customer pursuant to this Rate

Schedule. Pipeline is free to contract at any time with other parties for

new storage or transportation services (whether firm or interruptible)

without liability to Customer for any resulting interruption or reduction