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. 323 First Revised Sheet No. 323

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 323





(a) Exercise of the Rollover Provision -- At least twelve months prior to the

expiration of the primary term or existing unilateral rollover provision, as

applicable contained herein, Shipper must provide Transporter notice of

Shipper's decision of whether to exercise the 10-year rollover provision.

The exercise of the rollover will be at the applicable maximum rate for the

subject capacity at the time Shipper provides such notice of exercise, for a

10-year term.


Further, at least twelve months prior to the expiration of any 10-year

rollover provision, Shipper must provide Transporter with Notice of Shipper's

decision of whether to exercise a subsequent 10-year rollover provision. The

exercise of subsequent 10-year rollover provisions also must be at the

maximum rate. Shipper is not limited to the number of consecutive 10-year

rollover provisions it may elect under this Section 20C.


(b) Non-Exercise of Rollover Provision -- In the event of non-exercise of the

rollover provision, Shipper's Service Agreement shall be subject to pre-

granted abandonment and automatically terminated at the end of the primary or

rollover term, whichever is applicable.


(c) Any Shipper that enters into the rollover option shall waive any right it may

have under Order No. 500-J to require Transporter to file for abandonment

under Section 7(b) of the Natural Gas Act for any portion of such service

agreement covered by Order No. 500-J.





Transporter will post on its Internet website the availability of firm and interruptible capacity for

transportation service. Transporter will provide not unduly discriminatory access to transportation

capacity to all Shippers, including without limitation, local distribution companies, end-users,

producers, brokers, marketers and other potential shippers who desire such service. Transporter's

obligation to provide firm service shall also be subject to the availability of existing capacity to

provide the requested service.