El Paso Natural Gas Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1A

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Effective Date: 04/01/2010, Docket: RP10-454-001, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 244 Second Revised Sheet No. 244

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 244

 

TRANSPORTATION GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

6. NOMINATIONS AND SCHEDULING PROCEDURES (Continued)

 

6.5 Flow Day Diversion (Continued)

 

(e) If all or part of the transaction can be accommodated,

Transporter shall notify the Shipper and Operators involved

what portion of the transaction has been accepted.

 

(f) The quantities scheduled to be diverted shall be assumed to

have flowed such that no daily imbalance exists as a result

of the diversion transactions at the end of the Day of flow.

Any imbalance resulting from the difference between the total

scheduled quantities (including diversion quantities) and the

actual measured quantities shall be accounted for at the

Delivery Point or on a TSA,

 

(g) As a result of the diversion, Shipper shall not experience

any change to the originally scheduled quantities and shall

be invoiced as though the gas had been delivered to the

originally scheduled point.

 

(h) If a Flow Day Diversion results in hourly Delivery Point

takes in excess of Shipper's Hourly Contract Entitlements,

the Hourly Scheduling Penalty Quantity shall be reduced by

the quantity diverted and such hourly diverted quantity shall

be billed the IT rate if an hourly scheduling penalty would

otherwise apply.

 

(i) Upon the request of Shipper, Transporter shall provide

Shipper with information pertaining to the utilization of

Flow Day Diversion points that are Operationally Equivalent

and the theoretical hourly equivalent service quantities

available at each such point prior to Transporter and Shipper

entering into a TSA.