El Paso Natural Gas Company
First Revised Volume No. 1-A
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Effective Date: 10/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 60-016, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 209B Original Sheet No. 209B : Superseded
TRANSPORTATION GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
4. SCHEDULING AND CAPACITY ALLOCATION (Continued)
4.1 Scheduling of Receipts and Deliveries (Continued)
(i) The Shipper who desires to divert gas to an
alternate delivery point must:
(1) Contact the Operator of the delivery point to
which the gas was originally scheduled and
arrange for that Operator to decrease the
quantity to be received from El Paso, and
(2) Arrange with the Operator of the alternate
delivery point to receive the gas.
(ii) The Operator of the delivery point from which the
gas is to be diverted must notify El Paso, via
El Paso's electronic scheduling system, which
Shipper's gas is to be diverted and to whom and
where it is to be diverted.
(iii) The Operator of the alternate delivery point must
notify El Paso, via El Paso's electronic scheduling
system, that said Operator has agreed to receive
the diverted gas and must specify the quantities to
be diverted to each delivery point.
(iv) El Paso shall compare the notifications to verify
that the transactions correspond and shall
determine if all or part of the requested
transaction can be accommodated given the current
and anticipated pipeline loading and operating
conditions. A flow day diversion shall not have
the effect of bumping a Shipper moving gas under
Rate Schedule T-1 of this Volume No. 1-A Tariff.
(v) If all or part of the transaction can be
accommodated, El Paso shall notify the Shipper and
Operators involved what portion of the transaction
has been accepted.