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. 1040 Original Sheet No. 1040 : Effective
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
ALLOCATION OF RECEIPTS AND DELIVERIES
14. ALLOCATION OF RECEIPTS AND DELIVERIES
14.1 Unless Gas is to be Received and Delivered at points of interconnection with other
pipelines, where Pipeline shall determine the flow of Gas in accordance with Operational
Balancing Agreements (OBAs), Pipeline shall determine the flow of Gas in accordance with
the provisions of a predetermined allocation (PDA).
14.2 The PDA for any Point of Receipt or Delivery shall be entered into by Pipeline and the
upstream or downstream party. The upstream or downstream party must provide Pipeline a PDA
before the start of the Gas Day.
14.3 Where a PDA applies, only one PDA methodology is to be applied each Month for each point.
If an upstream or downstream party fails to submit a PDA on a timely basis, Pipeline shall
use a pro rata allocation method to determine allocated quantities.
14.4 Pipeline shall determine allocated Receipts or Deliveries of the Customer or customers
designated by the PDA at any Point of Receipt or Delivery based upon the specific terms of
the PDA and the measured quantities. Any quantities allocated to a customer pursuant to a
PDA or the terms of this Section 14 shall be subject to the imbalance provisions of this
14.5 Absent deliberate omission or misrepresentation or mutual mistake of fact, the time limit
for disputes of allocations shall be six months from the production month, with a three-
month rebuttal period; provided, however, that parties' statutory or contractual rights
shall not be diminished by this Section 14.