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

Original Sheet No. 56B Original Sheet No. 56B : Effective

 

 

RATE SCHEDULE EFT

EXPEDITED FIRM TRANSPORTATION SERVICE

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(continued)

 

(g) In addition to the nomination timeline provisions of Section 3.2 of the General Terms & Conditions of

this FERC Gas Tariff, Second Revised Volume No. 1, Shipper may nominate to Transporter, by fax or e-

mail, at quarter-hour intervals prior to the actual gas flow at the primary delivery point(s).

Quarter-hour intervals shall be at the top of the Hour, e.g. 9:00, at 15 minutes past the top of the

Hour, e.g. 9:15, at 30 minutes past the top of the Hour, e.g. 9:30, and at 45 minutes past the top of

the Hour, e.g. 9:45. At no time shall Transporter be required to provide service under this rate

schedule until Transporter has received appropriate confirmation of receipts, deliveries, and hourly

rate of gas flow from the upstream and downstream operators at the respective primary receipt and

delivery point(s) and from any downstream interconnecting transporter(s)at the end user delivery

location.

 

(h) Deliveries to secondary delivery points shall be made pursuant to Section 3.6 of the General Terms

and Conditions of this FERC Gas Tariff, Second Revised Volume No. 1.

 

(i) Nominations to secondary points shall be made pursuant to the nomination timeline provisions of

Section 3.2 of the General Terms and Condition of this FERC Gas Tariff, Second Revised Volume No. 1.

 

(j) For any Gas Day, Shipper shall cause quantities provided at the receipt points(s) to approximate

those scheduled to the delivery points(s). It is recognized that daily imbalances between scheduled

and actual quantities may occur. For purposes of this Rate Schedule EFT, a daily imbalance shall be

defined as the difference between quantities received at the receipt point(s) and the quantities

delivered at the delivery point(s) during a given Gas Day. Such daily imbalances shall be treated in

the following manner:

 

i. During a given Gas Day, Shipper shall be permitted a daily imbalance not exceeding the

lesser of 5% of the scheduled daily deliveries or 2,000 Dth (permissible daily imbalance).

Such permissible daily imbalance shall be reduced to zero by the end of the next Gas Day.

In the event that Shipper makes a timely and valid nomination to reduce the permissible

daily imbalance to zero on the next Gas Day, Shipper shall be deemed to have complied with

the requirement to zero-out the permissible daily imbalance.

 

Unless otherwise agreed to by Shipper and Transporter, any permissible daily imbalance

quantities not nominated by Shipper for receipt into or delivery out of Transporter's

system on the next Gas Day shall be assessed a penalty equal to twice the price indicated

for Canadian Natural Gas Spot Export Prices as reported by Natural Gas Market Report for

the Emerson, MB/Noyes, MN Canadian Export/U.S. entry point. The issue of this publication

shall be the most recently available edition at the time of invoicing. (Natural Gas Market

Report is published twice a month by Canadian Enerdata Ltd., Suite 500,7030 Woodbine Ave.,

Markham, Ontario Canada L3R 1A2.) Any such assessed penalty shall be paid to Transporter

by Shipper in dollars (U.S.), and shall be subject to Section 25 of the General Terms and

Conditions of this FERC Gas Tariff, Second Revised Volume No.1.

 

ii. If Shipper exceeds the permissible daily imbalance specified above during a given Gas Day

(unauthorized daily imbalance), Shipper may be required, upon notification from Transporter

by phone, and fax or e-mail, to cease deliveries from, or reduce tenders to Transporter

hereunder, consistent with Transporter's operating conditions. Transporter's notification

shall specify the time frame within which deliveries or tenders must cease or be reduced,

consistent with Transporter's operating conditions, but in no event shall the specified

time be earlier than two (2) hours from the notification time.

 

Further, Shipper may be required to tender or remove quantities upon notification by

Transporter by phone, and fax or e-mail. Transporter's notification shall specify the time

frame within which the unauthorized daily imbalance shall be corrected, consistent with

Transporter's operating conditions, but in no event shall the specified time be earlier

than twelve (12) hours from the notification time.

 

In the event that Shipper makes a timely and valid nomination in response to the above

notification(s) by Transporter, Shipper shall be deemed to have complied with Transporter's

notification(s).