Carolina Gas Transmission Corporation

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Effective Date: 11/01/2006, Docket: CP06- 71-001, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 42 Original Sheet No. 42 : Effective

 

4. RECEIPT AND DELIVERY POINTS

 

4.1 All points at which Pipeline receives gas shall be available as

Receipt Points under this rate schedule. All points at which

Pipeline delivers gas shall be available as Delivery Points under

this rate schedule. Notwithstanding the foregoing, all Receipt

and Delivery Points shall be available for use by Shipper subject

to reduction of quantities nominated by Shipper based on

scheduling and curtailment and related provisions in GT&Cs

Sections 12 and 16, respectively.

 

4.2 If Shipper desires transportation of gas on any Gas Day under

this rate schedule, Shipper must nominate service under GT&Cs

Section 11, and Pipeline must schedule service under GT&Cs

Section 12.

 

4.3 Because of dispatching and other variations, certain minor

imbalances may occur between the daily quantities of gas received

by Pipeline for transportation under this rate schedule and the

daily quantities of gas delivered by Pipeline. Shipper shall use

every reasonable effort and available means to ensure that

receipts and deliveries constantly remain in balance on both a

daily and monthly basis.

 

5. IMBALANCES

 

5.1 Resolution of imbalances between receipts and deliveries

associated with transportation under this rate schedule and

Service Agreements under this rate schedule is governed by GT&Cs

Section 19.

 

6. SYSTEM INTEGRITY

 

6.1 Pipeline reserves the right to take action as may be required in

an event or condition to preserve the integrity of Pipeline’s

system, including maintenance of service to other Shippers.

Pipeline will endeavor to identify those Shippers making a

significant contribution to such event or condition, and to

contact such Shippers in an effort to reduce the system imbalance

and avoid the necessity of imposing OFOs or penalties. Such

prior notification may not be possible under all circumstances.