Petal Gas Storage, L. L. C.

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Effective Date: 01/09/2010, Docket: RP10-229-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 88 Second Revised Sheet No. 88

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 88





(iv) ACA Charge. An Amount determined as the product of the total

quantity of gas in Dth delivered by Petal for the account of

Customer during the billing month and the ACA rate per Dth set

forth in this FERC Gas Tariff. The ACA is applicable to Petal's

Rate Schedule ITS, if not collected under Petal's Rate Schedule

FSS, FSS-1 or ISS.


(v) Regulatory Fees and Charges. Customer shall reimburse Petal for

all fees and charges, as required by the FERC or any other

regulatory body, that are related to service provided under this

rate schedule.


(vi) Any other charges authorized from time to time under the

provisions of this FERC Gas Tariff.


(b) Discounted Rates And Charges. Petal may from time to time and at any

time charge any Customer for service under this Rate Schedule a Usage

Charge predicated upon a Usage Rate that is less than the Maximum Usage

Rate set forth in this FERC Gas Tariff provided, that the Usage Rate may

not be less than the Minimum Usage Rate set forth in this FERC Gas

Tariff. Petal shall file with the FERC any and all reports as required

by the FERC's regulations setting forth the applicable discounted Usage

Rate and Customers affected along with any other information that may be



(c) Negotiated Rates And Charges. Customer and Petal may agree to a

Negotiated Rate with respect to the Usage charge identified in this rate

schedule that may be less than, equal to or greater than the Maximum

Usage Rate; shall not be less than the Minimum Usage Rate; may be based

on a rate design other than straight fixed variable; and may include a

minimum quantity, production dedication or other form of consideration.

Such Negotiated Rate shall be set forth on Appendix 1 of the executed ITS

Agreement and shall be filed at the FERC. The Maximum Usage Rate shall

be available to any Customer that does not choose a Negotiated Rate.

Customers paying a Negotiated Usage Rate that exceeds the Maximum Usage

Rate will be considered to be paying the Maximum Usage Rate for purposes

of scheduling, curtailment and interruption, and calculating the economic

value of a request for interruptible transportation service.




The monthly bill for interruptible transportation service shall reflect the

applicable charges set forth under Section 4 of this rate schedule.




The term for service under this rate schedule shall be as set forth in the

executed ITS Agreement.