Florida Gas Transmission Company, LLC

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/12/2010, Docket: RP10-842-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 287 First Revised Sheet No. 287

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 287





(a) MSS shall mean any firm Shipper that enters into an MSS arrangement, in

writing, with Transporter; provided however, that in order for a Shipper to

participate as an MSS, it must:



1. Be a Delivery Point Operator or provide the Delivery Point Operator's

consent in writing;


2. Accept an Average Daily Quantity ("ADQ") of at least 5000 MMBtu in

addition to Shipper's MDTQ;


3. Not have No-Notice Service;


4. Have demonstrated alternate fuel or other swing capability which

permits initiation of compliance with the Required Daily Delivery

Quantity ("RDDQ") upon no more than six (6) hours notice;


5. Agree to any reasonable applicable geographic conditions perceived

necessary by Transporter.


All MSS arrangements shall be determined on a nondiscriminatory basis.

Within two (2) working days after the commencement of MSS service,

Transporter shall post on its Internet website the identity of each MSS and

the volumes, rate (which shall not exceed the maximum FTS-2 rate), and

delivery points agreed to by such MSS and Transporter.


(b) MSS Receipts and Deliveries. MSS shall nominate and Transporter shall

schedule receipts on a daily basis equal to the ADQ plus the Total Fuel

Reimbursement Charge applicable to Rate Schedule FTS-2 shown on Sheet No.

8. Such MSS receipts shall have the receipt point scheduling priority of

Section 10.C.2(b).


Transporter shall notify MSS the specified number of hours prior to the

start of each delivery gas day consistent with the MSS arrangement of the

RDDQ ("RDDQ Order") based on current line pack conditions; provided

however, that Transporter and MSS can mutually agree to adjust the RDDQ

upon shorter notice. The RDDQ shall not have a scheduling priority

pursuant to Section 10.C.1. The RDDQ shall not adversely impact the

nomination and scheduling rights of firm shippers pursuant to Section 10.

The RDDQ shall be considered a scheduled quantity for the purposes of the

Determination of Daily Deliveries - Market Area pursuant to Section 13 of

these General Terms and Conditions, but will not be considered a scheduled

service or otherwise be considered in the allocations of revenues pursuant

to Sections 19 and 24 of these General Terms and Conditions.