Carolina Gas Transmission Corporation

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/2006, Docket: CP06- 71-001, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 20 Original Sheet No. 20 : Effective









1.1 This rate schedule is available to any Shipper that has an

effective Service Agreement with Pipeline under this Tariff

providing for the firm transportation of natural gas by Pipeline.




2.1 This rate schedule shall apply to firm transportation service

rendered by Pipeline for Shipper under Part 284 of the

Commission’s regulations and under a Service Agreement for Rate

Schedule FT. Service hereunder shall consist of the receipt,

transportation, and delivery of gas as set forth below.


2.2 Service hereunder is available on any Gas Day and will be firm,

except as provided herein, in the effective Service Agreement, or

in Pipeline’s GT&Cs.


2.3 Pipeline will receive for Shipper’s account on each Gas Day

quantities of gas up to Shipper’s MDTQ, plus an amount reflecting

FRQ as determined in GT&Cs Section 25, at the Receipt Point(s) on

Pipeline’s system available to Shipper under the effective

Service Agreement(s) and the GT&Cs. Such MDTQ shall be specified

in the effective Service Agreement(s). Pipeline will transport

and deliver for Shipper’s account such quantities tendered to

Pipeline, on a daily basis up to Shipper’s MDTQ, at the Delivery

Point(s) on Pipeline’s system available to Shipper under the

effective Service Agreement(s) and the GT&Cs. Quantities of gas

allocated to Shipper’s account on any Gas Day exceeding Shipper’s

total MDTQ under Rate Schedule FT shall be deemed an overrun.


2.4 Pipeline shall not be obligated to construct, modify, or add any

facilities in any manner to provide transportation services to

Shipper under this rate schedule; provided, however, Pipeline

may, at its option, add facilities or expand capacity to provide

such service, under GT&Cs Sections 2 and 5; provided, further,

Pipeline is obligated to maintain its facilities in a manner that

will allow it to provide firm service under its contract