Dominion Transmission, Inc.

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 01/07/2004, Docket: RP04-105-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 212 Second Revised Sheet No. 212 : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 212

FTNN RATE SCHEDULE

Firm Transportation, No-Notice Service

 

contract levels at any delivery point; or, given predicted

weather patterns, customers may take delivery of gas in excess of

Pipeline's daily or hourly capability at any delivery point; or,

actual or expected flows at any delivery point will be greater

than 80 percent of maximum firm contract levels on a primary

basis.

 

B. In the event that Pipeline determines that hourly quantities

delivered to Customer at any Delivery Point are in excess of the

quantities that Pipeline can deliver without jeopardizing

Pipeline's ability to provide firm services to any customer, then

Pipeline may issue such an OFO under this section in the

following circumstances:

 

1. operating circumstances have caused or are likely to cause

reduced pressures or flow rates, including transient flow

rates, at any delivery point, to a level below that required

to reliably serve Pipeline's customers at their existing firm

contract levels; or,

 

2. gas flows at any delivery point are expected to exceed

either 100 percent of maximum firm contract levels on a

primary basis or the hourly capability at any delivery point.

 

C. Upon issuance of an hourly flow limit OFO, Customer shall

reduce its receipts from Pipeline at such Delivery Point(s) to

the level required by Sections 9.5.D. and 9.5.E. below within the

time stated in the OFO. Provided, however, that Customer shall

be required to commence such reductions no earlier than the top

of the first hour following a minimum one-hour notice from

Pipeline. Where circumstances reasonably permit, Pipeline shall

make all reasonable efforts to provide additional time for

Customer to commence reduced receipts upon issuance of an hourly

flow limit OFO. It is understood that such reductions in

deliveries will be attributed first to interruptible volumes

flowing through Customer's Delivery Point(s) that are affected by

the operational flow order. Customer shall be responsible for

allocating quantities at each such Delivery Point consistent with

this principle.