Algonquin Gas Transmission, LLC

Fifth Revised Volume No. 1

 Contents / Previous / Next / Main Tariff Index

 

 

Effective Date: 11/30/2009, Docket: RP10-77-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 576 Second Revised Sheet No. 576

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 576

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

 

25. IMBALANCE RESOLUTION PROCEDURES (continued)

 

For purposes of determining the appropriate factor, Cash-Out

Party's imbalance shall be determined by taking the lower of (a)

the level of imbalance supplied pursuant to Section 40.2, or (b)

the imbalance computed by comparing (i) the deliveries at the

Point of Delivery as determined in accordance with Section 25.2

and (ii) the receipts at the Point of Receipt as determined in

accordance with Section 25.3.

 

Provided, however, that in the case of an imbalance created by an

action of Algonquin taken pursuant to Rate Schedule AFT-E or AFT-

ES to decrease receipts by Algonquin for Cash-out Party's account

the applicable factor shall be 1.0 to the extent Cash-out Party's

receipts were in fact reduced pursuant to such action by

Algonquin.

 

Provided further, for Rate Schedule AFT-1S or AFT-ES Customers,

the level of imbalance shall not be determined until after

Algonquin subtracts up to 4,828 Dth, as necessary, from each Rate

Schedule AFT-1S or AFT-ES Customer's total monthly imbalance.

Such amount subtracted up to 4,828 Dth will be cashed out at the

appropriate index price for the Month.

 

The applicable imbalance percentage for purposes of determining

the applicable cash out price factor shall be determined by

dividing the amount of the excess delivery by the receipts (less

fuel). The calculation of cash out charges relating to excess

deliveries shall also include a transportation imbalance charge

which shall be calculated by multiplying the excess delivery

quantities by the weighted average of the actual Commodity

Charges owed on all quantities of gas delivered during the Month

to that Cash-out Party.

 

(c) Imbalance Due Cash-out Party. In the event of an imbalance

caused when Cash-out Party's allocated deliveries as determined

in accordance with Section 25.2 are less than Cash-out Party's

allocated receipts as determined in accordance with