Alabama-Tennessee Natural Gas Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 09/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 27-003, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 24 Original Sheet No. 24 : Superseded


RATE SCHEDULE FT (continued)


4.2 Delivery Points: The Primary Delivery Point(s) for all gas

transported by Transporter under this Rate Schedule shall

be at a mutually agreeable interconnection between

Transporter's facilities and the facilities of Shipper or

Shipper's designee as shown in Exhibit B to the FT

Contract. The total quantity specified at the Primary

Delivery Point(s) must equal the Contract Demand stated in

the FT Contract. Transporter shall not be required under

any circumstances to deliver gas at any Delivery Point

where the total quantity of gas scheduled for delivery in

any day is less than that required for the accurate

measurement of quantities to be delivered.


4.3 Change in Receipt and Delivery Point(s): Subject to

availability of Firm Capacity, Shipper may change the

Primary Receipt or Delivery Point(s) under its FT Contract

(including redistributing the Contract Demand amount) on

a monthly basis by an amendment of Exhibits A and/or B to

the FT Contract. Such amendment shall be reflected in an

executed revision of Exhibits A and/or B submitted to

Transporter by the twentieth of the month preceding the

month for which the change is desired.


Subject to available capacity, Transporter will allow a

change to designated Receipt Point(s) at any time in the

event of failure to deliver committed gas supplies because

of equipment failure, compressor malfunction, freezing, or

similar force majeure conditions. Transporter will

provide, via its Electronic Bulletin Board ("EBB") notice

of Receipt or Delivery Point(s) changes resulting from

force majeure conditions as may be reasonable under the



Primary Receipt and Delivery Point(s) amendments pursuant

to this section shall be given scheduling priority over all

interruptible service requested through such points. The

amendment shall not have scheduling priority over any

outstanding requests for firm transportation service

requests for using such points as primary points. Shipper

shall lose its scheduling priority at previously

designated Primary Receipt and Delivery Point(s) to the

extent that the amendment reduces the MDQ at any point.