Florida Gas Transmission Company, LLC

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 09/01/2006, Docket: RP06-463-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 267 Original Sheet No. 267 : Effective




(f) "Delivery Point" shall be as defined in Section 1(m)

of these General Terms and Conditions, except that,

when used in this Section 17A, the definition shall

exclude In-Line Transfer Points.


(g) "Exempt Use" means a use of natural gas to serve Priority 1

or Priority 2 requirements, as defined hereinafter,

(regardless of whether such gas is consumed directly or used

to generate electricity to serve such uses, if, unless

otherwise specified, there is no Alternate Fuel as defined

in Section 17A2(a) above) as certified by the Data

Verification Committee ("DVC") and served by firm

transportation capacity on Transporter's system.


(h) "Exempt Shipper" or "ES" means any Shipper on Transporter's

system serving Exempt Uses with firm transportation



(i) "Firm Rate Schedules" means Transporter's firm

transportation rate schedules FTS-1, FTS-2, FTS-WD and SFTS.


(j) "Hospital" means a facility, the primary function of which

is delivering medical care to patients who remain at the

facility. Outpatient clinics or doctors' offices are not

included in this definition. Nursing homes and convalescent

homes are included in this definition.


(k) "NGPA" means the Natural Gas Policy Act of 1978.


(l) "Non-Exempt Use" means any use other than an Exempt Use.


(m) "Priority 1 Use" means any use of natural gas:


(i) in a residence, including apartment buildings, hotels

and other multi-unit dwellings, where gas is used

predominantly for residential purposes; provided,

however, for hotels with usage of 50 MMBtu or over on

a peak day (as determined by the highest average

volume for a month in a twelve-month period), the

usage that can be qualified for Priority 1 Use for

each individual hotel shall be 50 MMBtu and shall be

used for purposes other than heating pools and spas;


(ii) in a commercial establishment in amounts of less than

50 MMBtu on a peak day (as determined by the highest

average daily volume for a month in a twelve-