Tuscarora Gas Transmission Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/01/2009, Docket: RP09-08-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 174 Original Sheet No. 174








29.1 Interruptible Transportation Revenue Credit


(a) Applicability. The credit available under this Section 29.1 shall

apply to all Transportation Service Agreements under the FT and LFS

Rate Schedules.


(b) Basis of the Credit. Revenues to which the credit under this Section

29.1 shall apply ("Eligible Revenues") shall be the revenues actually

received by Transporter under the IT Rate Schedule that are not subject

to refund and are attributable to delivery charges but not imbalance

charges, scheduling penalties, unauthorized contract overrun penalties,

ACA, or other charges. Starting with the effectiveness of this Tariff

and the anniversary of the effective date every year thereafter,

Transporter shall first retain 100% of all IT Rate Schedule revenues

until Transporter has received an amount of revenues equal to the

annual amount of costs, if any, allocated by the Commission to service

under the IT Rate Schedule. Thereafter and for the remainder of the

year Transporter shall credit to current month invoices under the

applicable rate schedules 90% of the Eligible Revenues received during

the prior month. Transporter shall retain the remainder of the

Eligible Revenues not required to be credited or refunded.


(c) Apportionment of Eligible Revenues. Eligible Revenues attributable to

a month shall be apportioned among all FT and LFS Rate Schedule

Shippers by applying the following ratio for each customer: (a) the

Shipper's total Maximum Transportation quantities in effect during that

month under the FT and LFS Rate Schedules, (b) divided by the summation

of the total Maximum Transportation Quantity in effect during that

month for all FT and LFS Rate Schedule Shippers; provided, however,

that no Shipper shall receive a credit under this Section 29.1 in

excess of its Reservation Charges for that month, with such excess

being reallocated to the other Shippers in accordance with the above