Midwestern Gas Transmission Company
SECOND REVISED VOLUME NO. 1
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Effective Date: 09/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 41-003, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 17 Original Sheet No. 17 : Effective
RATE SCHEDULE FT-GS
FIRM TRANSPORTATION SERVICE
This Rate Schedule is available for the transportation of natural gas on a firm basis
by Midwestern Gas Transmission Company (Transporter) for any Shipper:
(a) that was a sales customer under former Rate Schedule SR-1 or SR-T on May
18, 1992 and converted such sales service under former Rate Schedules SR-1
or SR-T to firm transportation service (Eligible Shipper) in connection
with restructuring pursuant to Order No. 636 of the FERC; and
(b) that requests a Transportation Quantity equal to or less than 5,233 Dth
per day; and
(c) that completes a valid request for service and executes a Firm Gas
2. APPLICABILITY AND CHARACTER OF SERVICE
2.1 Transportation service hereunder will be firm, except as provided herein and in
the General Terms and Conditions.
2.2 A Shipper executing a service agreement under this Rate Schedule shall have a
Transportation Quantity equal to the Maximum Daily Obligation contained in the
Shipper's former service agreement under Rate Schedule SR-1 or SR-T, as adjusted
for any permanent assignment of capacity.
2.3 A Shipper executing a service agreement under this Rate Schedule has the right
to make an election to convert its service in its entirety to firm
transportation service under Rate Schedule FT-A by providing written notice of
such election on or before June 1 of any year. Such conversion shall be
effective as of the following November 1.
2.4 A Shipper executing a service agreement under this Rate Schedule shall not be
entitled to receive for its account gas transported under Rate Schedules FT-A
or IT or any transportation capacity released pursuant to Transporter's capacity
release mechanism as specified in Article XXI of the General Terms and
Conditions of Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff unless the Shipper is receiving a
quantity of gas under Rate Schedule FT-GS equal to its Transportation Quantity.
However, if there is a separate meter for an end-user behind an FT-GS Shipper,
IT or FT-A volumes may be delivered to the end-user pursuant to an IT or FT-A
Agreement between Transporter and the end-user.