Dominion South Pipeline Co., LP

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 12/16/2005, Docket: CP05- 77-001, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 1037 Original Sheet No. 1037 : Effective

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

SCHEDULING AND SCHEDULING PRIORITIES

 

13. SCHEDULING AND SCHEDULING PRIORITIES

 

13.1 Service is deemed scheduled after (1) Customer submits a nomination in accordance with GT&C

Section 12; (2) Pipeline confirms the nominated Receipt and Delivery; (3) Pipeline applies

the priorities set forth in GT&C Sections 13.2, 13.3 and 13.4; and (4) Pipeline informs

Customer via the Website. Unless and until Gas is scheduled, Pipeline shall have no

obligation to Receive or Deliver Gas.

 

13.2 MDTQ Entitlement Limitation applicable to a family of Service Agreements. After Pipeline

confirms, and, if necessary, reduces Customer's nomination pursuant to GT&C Section 12.3,

Pipeline shall further reduce such nomination to the extent the combined nominations of

Releasing Customers and Replacement Customers on any segment exceed the entitlement of the

original firm capacity holder. To determine the total quantities nominated on any

segment, nominations for forward haul service shall be added to nominations for Reverse

Path service. If excess quantities are nominated in any segment, customers that have

Capacity Path rights in that segment shall receive the highest priority under this GT&C

Section 13.2 and other nominations for firm service shall be reduced on a pro rata basis.

 

13.3 Point Priorities. After any adjustments to Customer nominations based upon service

priorities on segments as described in GT&C Section 13.4, Pipeline shall schedule

remaining nominations for Gas flow through each Point of Receipt and Delivery in the

following order:

 

A. Among customers nominating firm service within their Primary Point entitlements.

 

B. Among customers nominating firm service at points within their Capacity Path

entitlements, provided however, when nominations exceed available capacity at any

point, Pipeline shall pro rate such capacity among customers nominating firm service

within their Capacity Path entitlements based upon quantities actually nominated by

such customers.

 

C. Among customers nominating Receipts or Deliveries within their contract MDTQ at a

Primary Point for the purpose of resolving imbalances under Firm Transportation Service

Agreements.

 

D. Among customers nominating firm service at points outside of their Capacity Path

entitlements, provided however, when nominations exceed available capacity at any

point, Pipeline shall pro rate such capacity among customers nominating firm service

outside of their Capacity Path entitlements based upon quantities actually nominated by

such customers.

 

E. Among customers nominating Receipts or Deliveries within their contract MDTQ at an

alternate point for the purpose of resolving imbalances under Firm Transportation

Service Agreements.