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. 295 Original Sheet No. 295 : Effective

 

RATE SCHEDULE FSS-1

 

STORAGE SERVICE

 

1. AVAILABILITY

 

This open-access Rate Schedule is available to any party (hereinafter

called Customer) which has requested storage service hereunder 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 under Rate Schedule FSS-1. Such service agreements

shall be in the form contained in Pipeline's FERC Gas Tariff of which this

Rate Schedule FSS-1 is a part.

 

2. APPLICABILITY AND CHARACTER OF SERVICE

 

2.1 This Rate Schedule shall apply to all firm storage service

rendered hereunder pursuant to an executed service agreement providing for

a Maximum Storage Quantity (MSQ), Maximum Daily Injection Quantity (MDIQ)

and a Maximum Daily Withdrawal Quantity (MDWQ). Service under this Rate

Schedule constitutes one of the "no-notice" service options as that term is

used in Order No. 636 available from Pipeline.

 

2.2 Pipeline shall receive for Customer's account quantities of gas

and inject into storage in accordance with Section 5 of this Rate Schedule

for Customer's account such quantities of gas. Pipeline shall withdraw

from storage for Customer, at Customer's request, in accordance with

Section 6 of this Rate Schedule, quantities of gas from Customer's Storage

Inventory, plus Applicable Shrinkage. Such service shall be firm except as

provided herein and in Pipeline's General Terms and Conditions of this FERC

Gas Tariff of which this Rate Schedule is a part and shall be available to

Customer each day of the Contract Year, which consists of an annual period

commencing May 1 and ending the following April 30.

 

2.3 Provided the receipt of gas and the injection of such gas into

storage from Customer can be accomplished by Pipeline without detriment to

Pipeline's facilities and/or Pipeline's ability to meet its firm

obligations to other Customers, Pipeline upon request of Customer shall

inject on an interruptible basis quantities of gas in excess of the

limitations set forth in Section 5.3. Such excess quantities shall be

deemed to be Excess Injection Gas.

 

2.4 Provided such withdrawal from storage and delivery of such gas to

Customer can be accomplished by Pipeline without detriment to Pipeline's

facilities and/or Pipeline's ability to meet its firm obligations to other

Customers, Pipeline upon request of Customer shall schedule and withdraw on

an interruptible basis gas in excess of the limitations set forth in

Section 6.3. Such excess quantities shall be deemed to be Excess

Withdrawal Gas.