Dominion Transmission, Inc.

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 1183 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 1183

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 1183

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Conditions Applicable to Storage Services

 

B. Storage Capacity Overruns. In the event that Customer's Storage Gas Balance at any

time exceeds Customer's Storage Capacity, Customer shall have 24 hours after notice

by Pipeline to adjust injections and withdrawals such that Customer's Storage Gas

Balance is equal to or less than Customer's Storage Capacity. If Customer fails to

make such adjustments within such 24-hour period, Customer shall pay Pipeline each

Day the Storage Gas Balance Unauthorized Overrun Charge as set forth on Sheet No. 39

for each Dt of Customer's Storage Gas Balance that exceeds Customer's Storage

Capacity, until Customer has made the required adjustments.

 

C. Excess Withdrawals. In the event that Customer withdraws from storage on any Day a

quantity of gas in excess of the total of (a) the quantity of gas that Customer is

entitled to withdraw pursuant to Section 8 of the applicable Rate Schedule and (b)

any "From Customer's Balance" quantities that Pipeline has agreed to Withdraw for

Customer under Section 9 of the applicable Rate Schedule, Customer shall pay

Pipeline an Unauthorized Withdrawal Overrun Charge as set forth on Sheet No. 39 and

the From Customer's Balance rate for all such excess withdrawals.

 

1. Any such excess withdrawals will reduce Customer's Storage Gas Balance by an

equivalent quantity of gas.

 

2. If such excess withdrawal exceeds Customer's Storage Gas Balance, Customer

must replace the overrun within 48 hours after Pipeline has notified Customer

of such overrun, or pay an additional amount of $25.00 per Dt per Day until

such time as the gas is replaced.

 

D. Failure to Comply with Minimum Turnover. If the Aggregate Minimum Turnover

obligation (as defined in Section 8.7 of Rate Schedule GSS or Section 8.6 of Rate

Schedule GSS-E) is not met by April 15 of any year, then Pipeline shall assess a

total Minimum Turnover Charge equal to two times the effective fuel retention

percentage set forth in this Tariff for Rate Schedule GSS, for each Dt of deficiency

associated with such Aggregate Minimum Turnover obligation. The applicable total

Minimum Turnover Charge shall be allocated among responsible Customers as explained

below.

 

1. Pipeline shall determine the Minimum Turnover Charge to be assessed to each

Customer by identifying (1) all releases by a November 1 Customer and any

subsequent re-releases that included Minimum Turnover obligations pursuant to

GT&C Section 23.2.F.14.c, and (2) all inventory transfers that included Minimum

Turnover obligations pursuant to GT&C Sections 34.4.A.2 and 34.4.B.2. For each

such delegated Minimum Turnover obligation associated with a replacement

contract:

 

a. the Storage Replacement Customer will not be assessed a Minimum Turnover

Charge if its Turnover (as defined in Section 8.7 of Rate Schedule GSS or

Section 8.6 of Rate Schedule GSS-E) equaled or exceeded its Minimum

Turnover obligation.

 

b. any Storage Replacement Customer whose Turnover fell short of its Minimum

Turnover obligation will be assessed a percentage of the total applicable

Minimum Turnover Charge that is equal to the proportion (not to exceed one

hundred percent) of its shortfall in Turnover to the total shortfall

associated with capacity held by November 1 Customer.

 

c. if the Storage Replacement Customer's Turnover exceeded its Minimum

Turnover obligation, then the excess will be offset first against any

shortfall in withdrawals by the Customer from whom it directly obtained the

capacity and, if additional excess remains, then against any shortfall of

the Customer (if any) that released capacity to that Customer.