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. 288 Original Sheet No. 288 : Effective






Transporter and MSS will attempt to reduce the difference

between the total receipts (exclusive of fuel) and the

total of the actual deliveries to zero by the end of the

month, except to the extent MSS's actual deliveries are

outside the limitation set forth in Section 17.C.4.(c).3.,

provided however:


(1) If any underage imbalance remains from the foregoing

calculation at the end of the month, or if an overage

imbalance occurs as a result of the issuance by

Transporter of RDDQ Orders which exceed the MSS's

scheduled receipts, MSS has the option to either:


i. Take such imbalance into the book-out/cash-out

process as a delivery imbalance pursuant to

Section 14, or


ii. Carry over the imbalance to the next month for in-

kind resolution; provided however, such imbalance

can only be carried over for one month if the MSS

does not participate in the MSS program in the

following month.


(2) If any overage imbalance, other than as provided for in

(1) above, remains from the foregoing calculation at

the end of the month, MSS will account for such overage

pursuant to Section 14.


(c) MSS Obligations.


1. Transporter can limit the RDDQ to zero on any delivery

gas day.


2. MSS is obligated when requested by Transporter to take

the total of its MDTQ, any other quantities scheduled

to the points for which MSS is the Delivery Point

Operator (or is utilizing with the written consent of

the Delivery Point Operator), and the RDDQ ("Total

Requested Deliveries"). RDDQ can be up to the multiple

of the ADQ established in the MSS arrangement.