Carolina Gas Transmission Corporation

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

Original Sheet No. 151 Original Sheet No. 151 : Effective

 

12. SCHEDULING

 

12.1 Quantities nominated for transportation by Shipper shall be

scheduled in the following order of priority, from highest to

lowest priority:

 

(a) Shippers under a firm Service Agreement using a Receipt or

Delivery Point as a Primary Receipt or Delivery Point,

provided that, if there is insufficient capacity available

to schedule all firm service using a Primary Receipt or

Delivery Point, nominations affected by the constraint will

be scheduled pro rata based on the MDRQ at the affected

Receipt Point(s) or the MDDQ at the affected Delivery

Point(s), as applicable;

 

(b) Shippers under a firm Service Agreement using a Receipt or

Delivery Point as a Secondary Receipt or Delivery Point,

regardless of the status of any other points in the

transaction, provided that, if there is insufficient

capacity available to schedule all firm service using a

Secondary Receipt or Delivery Point, nominations affected

by the constraint will be scheduled pro rata based on Point

Operator confirmed quantities at the affected Receipt or

Delivery Point(s); and

 

(c) Interruptible services ranked starting with the highest

Usage Rate paid, provided that, if there is insufficient

capacity available to schedule all interruptible service at

the same Usage Rate, nominations affected by the constraint

will be scheduled pro rata based on Point Operator

confirmed quantities at the affected Receipt or Delivery

Point(s). If the Usage Rate paid is a Negotiated Rate that

is higher than the Recourse Rate, such interruptible

service shall be treated the same as if it were at the

Recourse Rate.

 

12.2 Pipeline’s ability to schedule imbalance quantities shall depend

on Pipeline’s physical operations, and Pipeline is under no

obligation to schedule imbalance quantities if it determines, in

its sole opinion, such activity is not operationally feasible.

Quantities nominated under GT&Cs Section 11.7 to resolve an

imbalance shall be scheduled in the following order of priority,

from highest to lowest priority:

 

(a) Among Pipeline’s firm services, Shippers scheduling excess

receipts or deliveries to resolve a prior imbalance up to

but not in excess of the MDTQ of such Shipper, provided

that, if Pipeline is unable to schedule all firm service to

resolve imbalances, nominations will be scheduled pro rata

based on quantities nominated to resolve such imbalances;

and