Dominion Cove Point LNG, LP

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Effective Date: 03/12/2009, Docket: RP09-359-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 208 Second Revised Sheet No. 208

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 208

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

 

 

2. ELECTRONIC BULLETIN BOARD

 

(a) In General. Operator shall operate and make available to Buyers and other third

parties, as set forth below, an electronic communications system ("Electronic

Bulletin Board" or "EBB") which will comply with the electronic communication

standards set forth in Section 284.10 of the Commission's Regulations. All Buyers of

service under any of Operator's Rate Schedules shall have the capability to make use

of Operator's EBB as required by this Tariff. Operator shall make the EBB available

on a nondiscriminatory basis to any party with compatible electronic equipment. All

Buyers and parties making use of Operator's EBB shall be bound by and comply with the

procedures governing its use as established by Operator from time to time.

 

(b) Operation. The EBB will provide, among other things, (i) a search function for

locating information relating to specific transactions, and (ii) a menu that will

enable parties to separately access notices of available capacity, records of each

transaction entered in the applicable log, and standards of conduct. Operator will

permit parties to download files from the EBB system so the contents can be reviewed

in detail without tying up access to the system. Operator will create and maintain

archived back-up records of the information displayed on the EBB for no less than

three years, and will permit parties reasonable access to those records. Operator

will, however, periodically purge from current files archived information regarding

completed transactions. Information that has been purged from the EBB system will be

archived and will, for at least three (3) years, be available in hard copy for

inspection by appointment during regular business hours at Operator's principal place

of business.

 

(c) Communications. The EBB shall be used to communicate Buyer's initial and revised

Natural Gas nominations, confirmations of Buyer's nominations, and other data or

notices required by this Tariff. After notice by Operator, the following types of

communication may be permitted: notices not currently required to be given through

the EBB, service agreements and amendments, and such other communications as the

parties may agree in writing. Where electronic communications are required by this

Tariff, Operator may waive the requirements and accept such communications in another

acceptable format on a nondiscriminatory basis.

 

(d) Information Available. The EBB will permit parties to obtain

 

(1) Information concerning the availability of capacity for peaking and

transportation services, and whether the capacity is available directly from

Operator or through Buyer's capacity release.

 

(2) A listing of Receipt Points and Delivery Points on Operator's system (the

"Master List of Interconnections" or "MLI"), including the following

information: (1) designation of Receipt/Delivery Point; (ii) location of

Receipt/Delivery Point; (iii) delivery point operator's name and phone number;

(iv) total firm capacity subscribed at the point; and (v) whether the point is

measured by Operator or a third party or is subject to a Predetermined

Allocation Method ("PDA").

 

(3) The party's Liquefied Gas Balance under Rate Schedules LTD-1, LTD-2, FPS-1,

FPS-2 and FPS-3.

 

(4) Operator's currently effective FERC Gas Tariff; and compliance with the

Commission's regulations regarding the FERC's Standards of Conduct, as

described in Section 25 of the GT&C, with appropriate notices and information

postings.