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

Thirteenth Revised Sheet No. 111 Thirteenth Revised Sheet No. 111

Superseding: Substitute Twelfth Revised Sheet No. 111



Hourly Firm Transportation Service





2.5 Hourly service options, pursuant to Section 2.6 of this rate

schedule, may be purchased as follows:


(a) Winter contract ("FTH-W"); hourly firm transportation service

is available for the five consecutive Months during the

November through March winter period. FTH-W contracts may be

for a term of multiple Years.


(b) Summer contract ("FTH-S"); hourly firm transportation service

is available for the seven consecutive Months during the April

through October summer period. FTH-S contracts may be for a

term of multiple Years.


(c) Shippers may contract for hourly firm transportation service

separately with a summer or winter contract, or jointly to

create an annual contract for service ("FTH-A"). In addition,

an annual contract may be for twelve months or longer.


(d) Unless otherwise agreed, Shipper's Delivery Point MDQ for a

winter, summer, or annual contract shall remain the same

throughout each season, each season within the annual contract,

or for the annual period.


(e) Maximum rate hourly firm transportation service that is

contracted for a winter contract or summer contract for a term

of more than one Year, or as an annual contract as described in

Section 2.5(c) of this rate schedule, is eligible for a

regulatory right-of-first-refusal pursuant to Section 4.14 of

the GT&C.


2.6 The following hourly transportation service options are available

under this Rate Schedule FT-H. Rate Schedule FT-H service options

must be contracted separately.


(a) Three Hour Enhanced Peaking Service "FTH-3." Subject to the

limitation that gas quantities taken at a Delivery Point may

not exceed the daily scheduled quantity at such point, on any

Gas Day, Shipper may take gas quantities at such point at a

rate equivalent to: