Texas Gas Transmission Corporation

First Revised Volume No. 2-A

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Effective Date: 11/01/1990, Docket: RP90-192-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 131 Original Sheet No. 131 : Effective

 

FORM OF TRANSPORTATION SERVICE AGREEMENT

Rate Schedule FT-SL, FT-1, FT-2, FT-3 and FT-4

(Continued)

 

 

conditions contained herein, up to ______ MMBtu per day,

which shall be Customer's Transportation Contract Demand,

and also ___ MMBtu on an annual basis which quantity will

be hereinafter referred to as the annual D-2 Billing Quan-

tity.

 

2.2 Customer shall reimburse Transporter for the Quantity of

Gas required for fuel, company use, and unaccounted for

associated with the transportation service hereunder in

accordance with Section 16 of the General Terms and Condi-

tions of Volume 2-A of Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff. If

Customer provides fuel in kind, the applicable percent-

age(s) is shown on Exhibit "B". Transporter may adjust the

fuel retention percentage as operating circumstances war-

rant; however, such change shall not be retroactive.

Transporter agrees to give Customer thirty (30) days writ-

ten notice before changing such percentage.

 

2.3 Transporter, at its sole option, may, if tendered by Cus-

tomer, transport daily quantities in excess of the Trans-

portation Contract Demand specified in Section 2.1 above.

 

2.4 In order to protect its system, the delivery of gas to its

customers and/or the safety of its operations, Transporter

shall have the right to vent excess natural gas delivered

to transporter by Customer or Customer's supplier(s) in

that part of its system utilized to transport gas received

hereunder. Transporter may vent such excess gas solely

within its reasonable judgment and discretion without

liability to Customer, and Customer shall be obligated to

furnish Transporter with its pro rata share of any gas so

vented. Customer's pro rata share shall be determined by a

fraction, the numerator of which shall be the excess quan-

tity of gas delivered to Transporter at the point of re-

ceipt by Customer or Customer's suppliers and the denomi-

nator of which shall be the total excess quantity of gas

flowing in that part of the Transporter's system utilized