Columbia Gas Transmission LLC
Third Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 03/03/2009, Docket: RP09-340-000, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 141 Original Sheet No. 141
AS RATE SCHEDULE
AGGREGATION SERVICE (Cont'd)
(ii) Two days before each of the flow dates set forth on the following schedule, Shipper
shall confirm with Transporter through Transporter's EBB the sale and nomination for transportation of
the minimum percentages of the estimated Appalachian production set forth below:
Flow Date Percentage of Gas Sold
1st 25% (of quantity)
(iii) If the requisite percentages of gas from Appalachian receipt points are not sold and
nominated for transportation by the flow dates specified, Transporter may (i) issue interruption or
operational flow orders to Shipper, and (ii) reduce supplies in accordance with Shipper's supply
reduction lists, as specified in Section 4(a)(ii) of this Rate Schedule.
(iv) At any receipt point or delivery point where gas is flowing to or from multiple
parties, Shipper shall provide to Transporter a Predetermined Allocation Methodology agreement in
accordance with the procedures set forth in Section 8 (Meter Allocations) of the General Terms and
(v) Shipper shall provide to Transporter through Transporter's EBB, at such times as may
be established by Transporter, the following information: the names of the shippers nominating gas
from Shipper's Aggregation Point; the transportation contracts held by those shippers, identified by
Transporters' contract number; the quantities nominated by each shipper; a supply reduction list for
such quantities; and such other data as Transporter may deem necessary to render service.
(c) Pool-to-pool transfers by Shippers may be permitted by Transporter at an Aggregation Point.
Transfers among Aggregation Points or to Service Agreements under Transporter's IPP Rate Schedule also may be
permitted on an interruptible basis. Requests for such transfers shall be made in accordance with the
nomination procedures set forth in Section 6 (Nominating, Scheduling, and Monitoring) of the General Terms and
Conditions. Transporter shall not unreasonably withhold approval of pool-to-pool transfers.
(d) In the event that supplies exceed nominations for a given pool under this Rate Schedule,
Shipper shall identify through Transporter's EBB the priorities of flow so as to enable Transporter to reduce
supplies to match the market demand. In the event that nominations exceed supplies for a given pool under
this Rate Schedule, Transporter shall reject any nominations against that pool that have not been confirmed by
(e) Any differences between confirmed nominations and actual receipt quantities shall be held as an
operational imbalance under Shipper's AS Service Agreement. Such an imbalance shall not exceed two percent of
Shipper's aggregate nominations for the Month. To maintain a concurrent balance between receipts and
deliveries, Transporter may monitor and adjust confirmed nominations in accordance with the provisions of
Section 6 (Nominating, Scheduling, and Monitoring) of the General Terms and Conditions. Shipper shall correct
operational imbalances at the first available opportunity, but in no event later than the last day of the
month in which Shipper is notified of its imbalance status for the immediately preceding month, by tendering a
nomination to Transporter in accordance with Sections 6.2(j) and 6.2(k) of the General Terms and Conditions.