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
Second Revised Sheet No. 316 Second Revised Sheet No. 316
Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 316
TRANSPORTATION GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
13. FUEL AND L&U (Continued)
13.3 Annual Recomputation of Fuel and L&U Percentages (Continued)
(b) Information related to the purchase and sale of gas for Fuel
shall be included in Transporter's annual Fuel and L&U Filing.
Such information shall include: (i) the source of the gas
purchased/sold, (ii) the date(s) of such purchase/sale, (iii)
the gas quantities, (iv) the purchase/sale price, (v) the costs
and revenues from the purchase/sale, and (vi) the disposition
of the associated costs and revenues.
13.4 Fuel charges will be separated into the following defined
categories: Mainline Fuel, Production Area Fuel, Permian to
Anadarko Fuel, and Interruptible Storage Service Fuel. Any
quantities physically transported on the system and related Fuel
shall be considered mainline quantities and Mainline Fuel unless
they fall into one of the following categories.
(a) Production Area Fuel - Fuel charges will be assessed on
quantities physically transported where the receipts and
deliveries occur within one supply basin (e.g. Anadarko,
Permian, or San Juan). The quantities and related Fuel
attributable to Production Area transportation shall be
deducted from the total mainline quantities and related
mainline Fuel for purposes of this section.
(b) Permian to Anadarko Fuel - Fuel charges will be assessed on
quantities physically transported from the Permian Basin to the
Anadarko Basin. The quantities and related Fuel consumed in
providing this service shall be deducted from the total
mainline quantities and related mainline Fuel so long as those
stations are moving gas north/east from Plains Station.