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Original Sheet No. 125 Original Sheet No. 125 : Superseded





(10) Interruptible requirements of more than ten thousand

(10,000) dekatherms per day, where alternate fuel

capabilities can meet such requirements.


The definitions of terms for the priority of service categories

are as follows:



(1) Residential: Service to customers which consists of direct

natural gas usage in a residential dwelling including

apartments and other multi-unit buildings predominately

for space heating, air conditioning, cooking, clothes

drying, water heating and other residential use.


(2) Hospital: Service to a facility, the primary function of

which is delivering medical care to patients who remain at

the facility including nursing and convalescent homes but

excluding outpatient clinics or doctor's offices.


(3) Schools: Service to a facility, the primary function of

which is to deliver instruction to regularly enrolled

students in attendance at such facility.


(4) Essential Agricultural: Service to customers for natural

gas usage which is certified by the Secretary of

Agriculture pursuant to 7. C.F.R. S2900, et seq., excluding

those volumes where the use of a fuel other than natural

gas is economically practicable and that fuel is reasonably

available as determined by the FERC under Section 401(b) of

the NGPA.


(5) Commercial: Service to customers engaged primarily in the

sale of goods or services including institutions and local,

state, and federal government agencies for uses other than

those involving manufacturing or electric power



(6) Industrial: Service to customers engaged primarily in a

process which creates or changes raw or unfinished

materials into another form or product including the

generation of electric power.