Cheniere Creole Trail Pipeline, L.P.

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Effective Date: 04/28/2008, Docket: RP08-137-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 142 Original Sheet No. 142 : Pending

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

12. DETERMINATION OF DAILY AND MONTHLY DELIVERIES

 

A. Transporter shall undertake to redeliver to Shipper at its Point of

Delivery a quantity of gas containing the gross heating content of gas

received from Shipper by Transporter at the Point of Receipt, less Retainage

for fuel gas, lost and unaccounted for gas and meter tolerances.

 

B. The timing for reporting daily operational allocations after the gas has

begun flowing is within one business day after the end of the gas day. If the

best available data for reporting daily operational allocations is the

scheduled quantity, that quantity should be used for the daily operational

allocation. Precise balancing shall be on a monthly basis.

 

C. Delivery point allocations should be performed at the lowest level of

detail provided by nominations. The determination of deliveries applicable to

Shipper shall be made based on the gross heating content of the gas unless a

pre-determined allocation (PDA) methodology in accordance with the PDA

provision herein or an operating arrangement satisfactory to Shipper,

Transporter and any third party transporting to or from Transporter's system

is submitted.

 

D. The responsibility for calculation and reporting of allocated delivery

quantities should rest with the party responsible for accepting NAESB

allocation types. The party receiving nominations should provide allocation

statements. The upstream or downstream party providing the point confirmation

should submit the pre-determined allocation to the allocating party after or

during confirmation and before the start of the gas day.

 

E. To the extent there is no PDA, Transporter shall allocate deliveries pro

rata based on confirmed quantities. As a minimum, allocations should be

provided by both contract and location. The types of PDA methodologies

available shall be provided in a list from which the parties may agree on the

methodology to use. If the parties cannot mutually agree upon an allocation

methodology, a pro rata methodology based upon confirmed nominations shall be

used as the default methodology. The PDA methodologies shall include ranked,

pro rata, percentage, swing, and operator provided value, as such terms are

used in the NAESB Standards. The same standard allocation methodologies should

be available for use at all delivery points.