Colorado Interstate Gas Company
First Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 06/01/2010, Docket: RP10-689-000, Status: Effective
Ninth Revised Sheet No. 353 Ninth Revised Sheet No. 353
Superseding: Eighth Revised Sheet No. 353
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
10.4 (e) continued
(i) The responsibility for calculation and reporting of
allocated quantities should rest with the Party
responsible for accepting NAESB allocation types. The
Party receiving Nominations should provide allocation
statements (NAESB Standard 2.3.22).
(ii) In most cases, allocations shall be final as posted.
However, during any Month, an adjustment to a previous
Day's PDA shall be permitted by Transporter only if all
affected Parties (including Transporter) consent in
writing to the adjustment. Such adjustments shall be
permitted through the sixth Day of the following Month.
(f) Transporter's PDA and Shipper Imbalance communication provided
via EDM shall conform to the requirements of the Dictionary
standards as referenced below:
(i) Predetermined Allocation (PDA) as set forth in NAESB
Standard 2.4.1 .
(ii) Allocation as set forth in NAESB Standard 2.4.3.
(iii) Shipper Imbalance as set forth in NAESB Standard 2.4.4.
(g) Allocations are considered final upon issuance of related
invoices and Cash Out charges. However, should an error in the
basis of an allocation be determined after final allocations
have been made, the revised allocation quantity shall be
attributed to the Shipper's account for the original production
month. Adjustments to allocated quantities shall be made within
six Months from the date of the original monthly statement,
except in the case of a deliberate omission or
misrepresentation or mutual mistake of fact. Parties shall have
a three-month rebuttal period for any retroactive adjustments
(NAESB Standard 2.3.26). No current month penalty provisions
will be adversely affected by implementation of a retroactive
adjustment (NAESB Standard 2.3.31).