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. 292 First Revised Sheet No. 292

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 292






(2) A transportation charge calculated by multiplying the quantity determined

in (1) above by the weighted average 100% load factor rate of firm services

scheduled to the delivery points covered by the Operating Account




(b) If Transporter specifies a limitation on underburns, an underage credit

calculated by multiplying the quantity by which actual deliveries are less than

Scheduled Deliveries times 50% of the lowest simple average by zone of the daily

midpoint prices for the indices listed in the cash-out provisions of Section

14.B, for the week in which the underage occurred.


Transporter shall post on its Internet website the party, quantity, price, receipt and/or

delivery points and the effective time period of all Deferred Exchanges within two (2)

working days after the commencement of such transaction.


All costs and revenues pursuant to this Paragraph 6 will be accounted for pursuant to

Section 24.


7. Pack and Draft Notices


(a) General


Transporter will utilize Pack and Draft Notices to address adverse line pack

conditions systemwide or in an Affected Area. Pack Notices will be posted to

address low line pack conditions, while Draft Notices will be used to address high

line pack conditions. A Pack Notice shall mean a notice to correct an imbalance

due Transporter. A Draft Notice shall mean a notice to correct an imbalance due

Delivery Point Operator.


Transporter shall post Pack or Draft Notices when in Transporter's sole discretion,

reasonably exercised, the use of Pack or Draft Notices would tend to improve line

pack conditions. Transporter will indicate if the Pack or Draft conditions exist

systemwide or in an Affected Area. A Delivery Point Operator must respond to a

Pack/Draft Notice if the Delivery Point Operator's combined month-to-date balance

in the Operating Account and No-Notice Account exceeds the greater of the NNQ

aggregated to the Delivery Point Operator Account (DPOA) or one thousand (1000)

MMBtu in the specified direction of the problem (either Imbalance due Transporter

or Imbalance due Delivery Point Operator; provided, however, that if the pack or

draft quantity calculated by multiplying the percentage specified in the Pack or

Draft Notice times the balance subject to the Notice is less than 200 MMBTU, no

response is required.