Dominion Cove Point LNG, LP

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Effective Date: 06/01/2003, Docket: RP03-392-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 226 Second Revised Sheet No. 226 : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 226

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

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7. FLEXIBLE PRIMARY AND SECONDARY RECEIPT AND DELIVERY POINTS

 

(a) Primary Receipt and Delivery Points. The Receipt Points for all Natural Gas tendered

to Operator for service under Operator's Rate Schedules shall be at the

interconnection of the facilities of Operator, Buyer or any applicable third parties,

or at such other primary point(s) agreed upon by Buyer and Operator and specified in

Buyer's Service Agreement with Operator. The Receipt Point for LNG tendered to

Operator under Rate Schedules FPS-1, FPS-2, FPS-3, and Section 11 of the General Terms

and Conditions (LNG Inventory Transfers) shall be Operator's LNG storage tanks. The

Receipt Point for LNG tendered to Operator under Rate Schedules LTD-1 and LTD-2 shall

be the point, whether one or more, at which a flange at the outlet of the discharge

manifold of the delivering LNG tanker joins the unloading arms of the Cove Point LNG

Plant. The Delivery Points for all Natural Gas delivered by Operator to Buyer or to a

third party on behalf of Buyer under Operator's Rate Schedules shall be (i) at the

interconnection of the facilities of Operator and Buyer or any applicable third

parties, or (ii) at such other primary point(s) agreed upon by Buyer and Operator and

specified in Buyer's Service Agreement with Operator.

 

 

(b) Flexible Primary Receipt and Delivery Point Authority. Except for the Receipt Point

for LNG tendered to Operator under Rate Schedules LTD-1, FPS-1, FPS-2, FPS-3 and

Section 11 (LNG Inventory Transfers) of the General Terms and Conditions, and except

as may otherwise be specified in this Section or in individual Rate Schedules, Buyers

under Rate Schedules LTD-1, FTS, FPS-1, FPS-2 and FPS-3 shall have flexible primary

Receipt and Delivery Point authority; provided that Operator, in its reasonable

discretion, determines that sufficient firm capacity exists in its existing facilities

to accommodate the proposed changes in primary Receipt or Delivery Points. Any Buyer

seeking to change primary Receipt or Delivery Points under an existing Service

Agreement shall request such a change by advising Operator, identifying the Service

Agreement affected, and furnishing Operator with the information described in Section

3 (Requests for Service) of the General Terms and Conditions. If firm capacity is

available to accommodate Buyer's requested change, Operator and Buyer shall execute an

agreement, superseding Appendix A to the relevant Service Agreement, that shall

reflect the agreed changes in such Receipt or Delivery Points, or maximum daily

quantities.

 

(c) Secondary Receipt and Delivery Point Authority. Except as provided in Paragraph (b)

above or elsewhere in this Tariff, Buyer may have secondary Receipt and Delivery

Points under any firm Service Agreement as provided and subject to the requirements in

the applicable Rate Schedule. Receipts and deliveries of Natural Gas at such

secondary Receipt and Delivery Points shall have the allocation priority as described

in Section 15 (Capacity Allocation) of the General Terms and Conditions, and Operator

shall interrupt service at such secondary Receipt and Delivery Points for the same

reasons and in the same manner as interruptible services at such points, as set forth

in Section 16 (Interruptions of Service) of the General Terms and Conditions. The

list of interconnections at which secondary point service is available will be

maintained by Operator in a Master List of Interconnections (MLI) posted on its EBB.