Elba Express Company, L.L.C.

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Effective Date: 03/01/2010, Docket: RP10-342-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 91 Original Sheet No. 91

 

24.3 Filing Procedure:

 

Changes to the ACA unit charge must be filed annually in a Section

4 rate filing to reflect the annual charge unit rate authorized by

the Commission each fiscal year.

 

25. REIMBURSEMENT OF FUEL USED AND LOST AND UNACCOUNTED-FOR GAS

 

25.1 NAESB Fuel Reimbursement Standards. The following NAESB Standards

(Version 1.8) will apply and are stated verbatim rather than

incorporated by reference in Section 29 of the General Terms and

Conditions.

 

NAESB 1.3.15: "When the fuel reimbursement method is fuel in-kind,

the results of the fuel reimbursement calculations for the

nomination process should be rounded to the nearest dekatherm or

Gigajoule (Canada)."

 

NAESB 1.3.16: "Where fuel reimbursement is in kind, the standard

fuel calculation mechanism, as this is related to the nomination

process, should be (1-fuel%/100) multiplied by receipt quantity =

delivery quantity."

 

NAESB 1.3.28: "For current in-kind fuel reimbursement procedures,

fuel rates should be made effective only at the beginning of the

month."

 

NAESB 1.3.29: "For in-kind fuel reimbursement methods, Service

Providers should not reject a nomination for reasons of rounding

differences due to fuel calculation of less than 5 Dth."

 

NAESB 1.3.30: "For in-kind fuel reimbursement methods, Service

Providers should provide, if applicable, a fuel matrix for receipt

and Delivery Point combinations. The Service Requesters should

not be responsible for calculating and totaling fuel based on each

zone or facility traversed."

 

NAESB 1.3.31: "The transportation priority for fuel should be the

same as the level of service as the transaction to which it

applies."

 

25.2 COMPANY shall have the right to retain, for transportation under

any Rate Schedule, a percentage retention of both (i) gas required

for operations, company use gas, and fuel used ("GRO") and for

(ii) lost and unaccounted-for gas ("LAUF") (GRO and LAUF

percentages referred collectively as "Fuel"). The Fuel retention

shall be uniform for service under each of COMPANY'S rate

schedules. COMPANY will make a filing no later than sixty (60)

days following each year starting on the initial in-service date

of the EEC Pipeline. COMPANY shall make such filing pursuant to

Section 4 of the Natural Gas Act to adjust the Fuel retention and

to true-up the Fuel Deferred Account pursuant to Section 25.4.

COMPANY shall post on SoNet Premier the factors used to derive