El Paso Natural Gas Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1A

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Effective Date: 04/01/2010, Docket: RP10-454-001, Status: Effective

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 106B Fourth Revised Sheet No. 106B

Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 106B



Firm Transportation Service



6. FUEL and L&U


In addition to the payments made pursuant to the other provisions

of this Rate Schedule, Shipper shall provide and be responsible for the

Fuel and L&U necessary to support the transportation of Natural Gas

pursuant to Shipper's Executed TSA. Unless otherwise agreed, the Fuel

and L&U charge shall be set forth on the applicable Statement of Rates

and shall be subject to adjustment in accordance with Section 13 of the

GT&C. The Fuel charge may be discounted by Transporter; provided,

however, that the discounted charge shall not be less than actual fuel

incurred for the transactions being discounted. The L&U charge may not

be discounted.




Except as otherwise expressly indicated in this Rate Schedule or by

the TSA, all of the GT&C contained in this Tariff, including (from and

after their effective date) any future modifications, additions or

deletions to said GT&C, are applicable to transportation service rendered

under this Rate Schedule and, by this reference, are made a part hereof.

In particular, but without limitation, the scheduling provisions of

Section 6, the operating provisions for firm transportation service of

Section 8.1, the requests for services of Section 4, the Fuel provisions

of Section 13, the monthly imbalance procedures of Section 10, the

Critical Condition procedures of Section 11.1, and the reservation charge

credit provisions of Section 16 are applicable to this Rate Schedule.




8.1 Capacity of shippers that converted from full requirements to

contract demand service effective September 1, 2003. The maximum

capacity rights of converted Full Requirements Shippers were defined

in the FERC approved Allocation Report in Docket No. RP00-336-010.

Such defined capacity originated from various sources, namely,

existing Full Requirements capacity, Line 2000 conversion capacity,

Line 2000 Power-up capacity, Block 1, Block 2 and Block 3

unsubscribed system capacity, and, in some cases, turned-back

capacity. The converted Full Requirements Shippers have the option

of entering into either four or six contracts, or a different number

of contracts if mutually agreeable, for such capacity.