Great Lakes Gas Transmission Limited Partner
Second Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 08/01/2007, Docket: RP07-490-000, Status: Effective
Fourth Revised Sheet No. 50Q Fourth Revised Sheet No. 50Q : Effective
Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 50Q
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
24.3 Use of Electronic Media
When provisions of this FERC Gas Tariff require matters to be written or in writing, and such
matters also may be handled through electronic media of any kind, including, but not limited to,
facsimile, or Transporter's Web Site according to its procedures, then at the option of Shipper
or Transporter such provisions shall be satisfied by either Shipper's or Transporter's use of
such electronic media.
24.4 Electronic Data Interchange
Transporter has also implemented the necessary capabilities to allow for the transmittal of
standardized datasets via Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) in compliance with ASC x12 EDI
standards and pursuant to Commission Order No. 563.
Data may be transmitted to, and received from Transporter in Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
format via Transporter's Electronic Delivery Mechanism (EDM) through the Internet and
Transporter's designated site, as mandated in FERC Order 587-B. Individuals wishing to utilize
this service must execute a Trading Partner Agreement with Transporter to govern the usage and
transmission of data through such EDM.
Specific information regarding EDI is available through the contact listed in section 24.1.
24.5 Electronic Mail
Transporter's employees may be reached through electronic mail (e-mail) by using the format
first name_lastname, and the phrase @transcanada.com. For example:
EMPLOYEE E-MAIL ADDRESS
John Doe email@example.com
Jane Smith firstname.lastname@example.org
24.6 Failure of Electronic Equipment
In the event of a failure of electronic communication equipment, the Internet, or a third party
service provider, or any other similar emergency, Shipper may submit and Transporter shall
accept in writing any information otherwise required to be submitted through Transporter's Web
Site or through EDI. Any such emergency shall be handled in a not unduly discriminatory manner.
25. PENALTY REVENUE CREDITING MECHANISM
Transporter shall establish an account to which it will credit all penalties imposed and
collected and debit all costs incurred and paid out as a result of any activities or
circumstances for which a penalty may be imposed under this FERC Gas Tariff, Second Revised
Volume No. 1. Such activities or circumstances shall include but not be limited to: Shipper
imbalances as described in Section 3.3 of the General Terms and Conditions; scheduling
deviations as described in Section 3.5 of the General Terms and Conditions; daily imbalances as
described in Section 2 (j) of Rate Schedule EFT, Enhanced Firm Transportation Service; and
Parked or Loaned gas as described in Sections 2.1 (D) and (I) of Rate Schedule MC, Market Center
Service. Interest shall accrue on the balance in the account at the rate set forth in Section
154.501 of the Commission's Regulations.
Transporter shall distribute the balance in this account as of the earlier of September 30 of
each year or the end of any month during which such balance exceeds $1,000,000.00 by crediting
the applicable Shipper's invoice for the following month's service, or by issuing a check or
wire transfer. Transporter may also distribute the account balance at any other time Transporter
deems necessary for administrative purposes. The balance shall be allocated to all shippers
based upon the ratio of each Shipper's total transportation charges for each of the preceding
months since the last distribution date (whether or not a distribution was made) during months
for which that Shipper did not incur any penalties, to the total of all such transportation
charges for all Shippers for such period. Transporter shall post calculations supporting any
such distribution on its Web site for at least sixty (60) days following such distribution.