Florida Gas Transmission Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 12/01/1994, Docket: RP95- 16-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 47 Second Revised Sheet No. 47 : Superseded

Superseding: Substitute First Revised Sheet No. 47


Interruptible Transportation Service (continued)


Where Shipper nominates and Transporter confirms and schedules

quantities of gas delivered by Shipper at Receipt Point(s) which Receipt

Point(s) are located downstream of Shipper's scheduled deliveries at

Delivery Point(s), the quantity of gas delivered at such Receipt

Point(s) shall not be assessed a Fuel Reimbursement Charge and such

quantities shall be recorded as a Western Division Backhaul Quantity.


To the extent quantities delivered for an upstream Shipper are confirmed

as receipts by a downstream Shipper nominating transportation deliveries

in the Western Division under this Rate Schedule (Western Division

Pooling), the quantity of gas transported to or for the account of the

upstream Shipper confirmed as Western Division Pooling shall not be

assessed a Fuel Reimbursement Charge and such quantities shall be

recorded as a Western Division Pooling Quantity.





The MDTQ shall be the largest quantity of gas, expressed in MMBtu, that

Shipper may tender, subject to the terms and conditions of this Rate

Schedule, in the aggregate for transportation under this Rate Schedule,

exclusive of Transporter's Fuel, and have made available for delivery at

the applicable Point(s) of Delivery on any one day. The MDTQ for each

day shall be set forth in the executed Service Agreement for service

under this Rate Schedule.




Transporter shall have the unilateral right to seek, through a filing

under Section 4 of the Natural Gas Act (NGA) with the appropriate

regulatory authority, to make changes in (a) the rates and charges

applicable to its Rate Schedule ITS-1, and/or (b) Rate Schedule ITS-1

pursuant to which this service is rendered, and/or (c) any provisions of

the General Terms and Conditions applicable to Rate Schedule ITS-1.

Transporter agrees that Shipper may protest or contest filings of

Transporter, or seek authorization from duly constituted regulatory

authorities for such adjustment of Transporter's existing FERC Gas

Tariff as may be found necessary in order to assure that the provisions

in (a), (b) or (c) above are just and reasonable.