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Original Sheet No. 197D Original Sheet No. 197D : Superseded





cease unless and until the Order 636 Account again reaches a net

debit balance at which time the assessment and crediting of the 636

Reservation Charge shall resume. In addition, Transporter shall

credit those usage charge collections received by Transporter under

interruptible rate schedules (PTS, PRS and ITS) allocable to recovery

of the recoverable 636 transition costs as provided in Section 19.

Transporter shall be entitled to retain such interruptible revenues,

prior to sharing any such revenues pursuant to the provisions of

Section 19, until Transporter has collected an amount equal to ten

percent 10% of the principal amount of Recoverable 636 Transition

Costs at which time Transporter shall cease crediting such proceeds

to the Order 636 Account (until such time as additional Recoverable

636 Transition Costs are debited to the Order 636 Account at which

time such crediting shall resume).


3. Term. The 636 Reservation Charge shall terminate at the end of the

Primary Recovery Period, except that to the extent upstream costs,

and associated carrying charges are billed to Transporter beyond the

Primary Recovery Period and such costs are billed on a demand or

direct bill basis, Transporter will continue the 636 Reservation

Charge as necessary to recover such amounts.