Florida Gas Transmission Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 16-003, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 22B Original Sheet No. 22B : Superseded



Firm Transportation Service (continued)



v) The primary receipt point capacity by season for each

service agreement in whole or part to be transferred to

the aggregated service agreement; provided further,

that the combined MDQ for the aggregated portion of the

service agreement and any entitlement remaining on the

individual Public Agency's service agreement shall not

exceed the MDQ existing prior to aggregation.


vi) The term of the service agreement. Unless otherwise

agreed, the term of the service agreement shall be the

underlying term applicable to the MDTQ and MDQ being

aggregated. If the aggregating Shippers have different

underlying terms, then such terms shall continue to

apply independently to the MDTQ and MDQ being

aggregated. Each Public Agency shall also elect either

of the following to be applicable to the MDTQ and MDQ

it is aggregating: the 10-year rollover provision, or

the right of first refusal contained in Section 20 of

Transporter's tariff.


The Joint Action Agency must meet Transporter's

creditworthiness standards set forth in Section 16 of the

General Terms and Conditions.


4. Effective October 1, 1993 a Public Agency may aggregate all

or part of its firm capacity with an existing Joint Action

Agency sixty (60) days after a positive determination of

creditworthiness has been made by Transporter; subject to the

information set forth in 3(i)-(vi) being provided for the

additional aggregated entitlement.