American Midstream (AlaTenn), LLC

Fifth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/01/2010, Docket: RP10-493-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 113 Original Sheet No. 113

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (continued)

 

Nomination, provided that the requested time period is wholly within the term of

the applicable

service

agreement pursuant to which the nomination is submitted. An hourly nomination

shall terminate

at the

end of the Day for which it was submitted and the 9:00 a.m. CCT nomination in

effect prior to

the

submission of any hourly nomination for such Day shall continue in effect for the

time period

stated in

the nomination.

 

(e) Nomination Quantity: All nominations, including hourly nominations, shall be

stated in terms

of a

daily transportation quantity. The daily transportation quantity shall be prorated

uniformly over

periods of

hours for scheduling for service changes during the Day and Transporter shall

have (i) no

obligation to

schedule any nomination which exceeds the MDQ (or remaining MDQ for hourly

nominations)

under

the service agreement pursuant to which service is being requested, and (ii) no

obligation to

schedule

any hourly nomination that is for less than the quantity of gas that has actually

flowed on such

Day prior

to the effective time of such hourly nomination. With respect to hourly

nominations, the last

hourly

nomination received and scheduled by Transporter with respect to a Day shall be

deemed to be

the

valid nomination for such Day and shall supersede any previous nomination for

such Day.

 

A Shipper (including a Replacement Shipper) under Transporter's firm Rate

Schedules may

nominate

segments between a Primary Receipt and Delivery Point, or between any two

points on

Transporter's

system, provided that any resulting overlap does not exceed Shipper's capacity

entitlement on

any

segment (or portion) of Transporter's system. Provided, however, that a

segmented transaction

consisting of a forward haul, up to Shipper's capacity entitlement, and a backhaul,

up to

Shipper's

capacity entitlement, to the same point is permissible. The portion of that

segmented

transaction that

flows in the opposite direction of the Shipper's primary path will be considered out

of the path for

scheduling purposes.

(f) Nomination of Overrun Quantities: Shipper shall submit nominations for

overrun quantities

(nominations pursuant to service agreements with Transporter which are in

excess of the service

agreements MDQ) as a separate nomination.

 

(g) Nomination Ranking: A Shipper that has more than one Receipt Point or

more than one

Delivery

Point, should specify in its nomination the supply reduction rankings and the

delivery reduction

rankings

to be provided at the Receipt or Delivery Point(s) in the event of a loss of volume.

If rankings

are not

utilized by Shipper, then Transporter will endeavor to contact Shipper to

determine the specific

impact of

a loss of volume. If Shipper can not be contacted or fails to provide the requested

information in

a

timely manner, then Transporter shall make any necessary reductions on a pro

rata basis.

 

(h) Scheduling of Late Nominations: Any nomination, including hourly

nominations, received by

Transporter after the nomination deadlines provided in Sections 3.4(a), (b), and