High Island Offshore System, L.L.C.
Third Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 10/01/2009, Docket: RP09-487-000, Status: Suspended
Fifth Revised Sheet No. 28 Fifth Revised Sheet No. 28
Superseding: Fourth Revised Sheet No. 28
Rate Schedule FT-2
Firm Transportation Service
2. APPLICABILITY AND CHARACTER OF SERVICE
2.1 This Rate Schedule shall apply to firm transportation service rendered
by HIOS for Shipper pursuant to Part 284 of the Federal Energy
Regulatory Commission's (Commission) Regulations and pursuant to the
Service Agreement for transportation service under this Rate Schedule.
2.2 Service hereunder shall have a comparable priority with service under
Rate Schedule FT-1; and
2.3 Pursuant to this rate schedule, HIOS will provide transportation
service up to the Maximum Daily Quantity (MDQ) specified in the
Transportation Agreement. Shipper may tender Gas to HIOS at the Points
of Receipt specified in said Agreement, and HIOS shall receive such Gas
at said Points of Receipt and redeliver an Equivalent Volume for the
account of Shipper at the Points of Delivery in said Agreement.
3. GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
The General Terms and Conditions of this Tariff are applicable to this Rate
4. RATES AND CHARGES
4.1 Transportation Charge. Shipper agrees to pay HIOS an amount each month
equal to the sum of a reservation charge and a commodity charge which,
subject to the provisions of Section 4.2, shall be determined as
(a) The reservation charge shall be the product of 100% of
Shipper's MBQ and Transporter's effective reservation rate per
Dth, as applicable, for FT-2 service, as set forth on Sheet
No. 10 of this Tariff. For purposes of this calculation, the
MBQ shall be equal to the average daily quantity transported
during the applicable billing month.
(b) The commodity charge shall be the sum of the product of the
monthly volumes of gas expressed in Dth received by HIOS from
Shipper, or for the account of Shipper, at the Points of
Receipt set forth in Exhibits A and B of the Transportation
Agreement, and HIOS' effective Long Haul or Short Haul
commodity rate per Dth, as applicable, as set forth on Sheet
NO. 10 of this Tariff.
4.2 Failure to Satisfy Minimum Throughput Obligation.
During each billing month, HIOS will analyze the average throughput
level for the production month being billed and the immediately
preceding two production months (the "3-Month Period") by dividing the
aggregate quantity of gas received for Shipper's account at the
Point(s) of Receipt by the number of days in the 3-Month Period. If
the result is less than 80% of the average of the MDQ's specified in
the FT-2 Agreement for the 3-Month Period, Shipper shall be subject to
Reservation and Commodity Charges for the second production month