Enbridge Pipelines (AlaTenn) L. L. C.


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Effective Date: 10/11/2002, Docket: RP03- 40-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 149 Original Sheet No. 149 : Effective





(i) With respect to all temporary releases of firm service,

Releasing Shippers shall remain responsible for payment of

the reservation charge. Based on the terms of the Released

Transportation Service Contract, the Releasing Shipper shall

receive a demand credit equaling the demand dollars which

Transporter bills to the Replacement Shipper in the same

month that such bill is rendered to the Replacement Shipper.

A demand rate for the purposes of this Section 3.17 shall

consist of (i) the base demand rate, and (ii) all applicable

surcharges. Any discount from said rate shall be deemed to

be made first from the reservation charge and then from the

surcharges. Therefore, a Releasing shipper paying a

discounted rate is only entitled to receive any revenues

from the release of its capacity that exceed the amount of

the applicable surcharges.


(j) Transporter shall bill the Replacement Shipper in accordance

with Section 5 of the General Terms and Conditions of its

FERC Gas Tariff based upon the rates, harges and surcharges

incorporated into the Released Transportation Service

Contract. The commodity charges for the Replacement Shipper

shall include the maximum commodity rate under the

applicable rate schedule, including all adjustments. Except

with respect to charges for imbalance penalties or

volumetric surcharges, if the Replacement Shipper fails to

pay all or any portion of any bill, by the due date

specified on the invoice, Transporter shall include on the

next invoice to the Releasing Shipper all unpaid amounts up

to the amount of the Releasing Shipper's reservation

charge,including any applicable surcharges.