Dominion Transmission, Inc.

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/26/2010, Docket: RP10-643-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 1181 Second Revised Sheet No. 1181

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 1181

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Transfers of Storage Inventory or Service Entitlements

 

 

 

4. Receiving Customer may obtain a transfer of storage inventory from a party

storing gas in the third-party pipeline storage capacity of Pipeline's

Ellisburg, Leidy, or Oakford storage pools, subject to payment of Pipeline's

otherwise-applicable injection charges, and to the following conditions:

 

a. In addition to the notice required by Section 34.4.1, Receiving

Customer must demonstrate, to the satisfaction of Pipeline, that the

transferring party has sufficient inventory within its capacity

entitlements in the third-party pipeline storage capacity of these

pools.

b. Inventory transfers are subject to the consent of the affected third-

party pipeline, consistent with the terms and conditions of such

third-party pipeline's tariff and any applicable certificate

authorization.

c. Receiving Customer must have adequate unfilled Storage Capacity to

accommodate the transfer.

d. On a cumulative basis during any Winter Period, Receiving Customer may

nominate physical storage injections and obtain transfers of inventory

under this Section 34.4 that do not exceed 70 per cent of the Storage

Capacity under the affected Service Agreement (representing Customer's

1/214th per Day entitlement, multiplied by the 151-Day Winter Period).

 

B. Summer Period.

 

1. During the Summer Period, Transferring Customer may transfer any part of its

Storage Gas Balance to Receiving Customer, without associated withdrawal

entitlements. Transferring Customer must provide Pipeline with 24 hours'

prior written notice of such transfers; Pipeline may elect to consider

requests based on shorter notice when its resources permit, only after

Pipeline reviews any timely transfer requests. Such notice must state clearly

the inventory quantity to be transferred, and the date on which the transfer

is to be effective. Such notice must be irrevocable and without conditions.

 

2. Transferred inventory will increase the Storage Gas Balance of Receiving

Customer, and decrease the Storage Gas Balance of Transferring Customer, for

all purposes effective as of the next Day following the effective date of the

transfer.

 

3. Solely for the purposes of applying Section 8.7 of Rate Schedule GSS, Section

8.6 of Rate Schedule GSS-E, and GT&C Section 35.3.D, the Transferring Customer

will determine if, and to what extent, during the period April 1 through April

15 inclusive, transferred inventory (other than Winter Period Injections) will

count as a withdrawal pursuant to the Minimum Turnover obligation of

Transferring Customer. The Transferring Customer will specify any transfer of

Minimum Turnover obligation when the inventory transfer is requested. For any

such inventory transfer to be effective, the Receiving Customer must provide

Pipeline with prior written notice of the acceptance of such transfer of

inventory and Minimum Turnover obligation. Notice will be provided prior to

the effective date of the transfer. Pipeline shall notify Transferring

Customer if such Receiving Customer notice has not been received by Pipeline

within 24 hours of Pipeline's receipt of Transferring Customer's inventory

transfer request. Such transfers of Minimum Turnover obligation will increase

the Receiving Customer's and decrease the Transferring Customer's obligation

by the amount specified, but shall not impact the responsibilities of any

other party.