Granite State Gas Transmission, Inc.

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/07/2020, Docket: RP99-286-000, Status: Accepted

First Revised Sheet No. 146 First Revised Sheet No. 146 : Superseded

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 146

 

RATE SCHEDULE LMS

(Load Management Service)

(continued)

 

 

6. Monthly Imbalances

 

(a) Delivery Point Operator's monthly imbalance shall be the

net cumulative total of Daily Variances from all points

covered by the Delivery Point OBA adjusted for makeup

quantities and imbalance trades. Unless Transporter and

Delivery Point Operator mutually agree to correct the

imbalance in kind on a nondiscriminatory basis, each

month Transporter and Delivery Point Operator shall

"cash-out" any imbalance between deliveries and Scheduled

Quantities at such points covered by a Delivery

Point OBA.

 

(b) If the monthly imbalance is due to a deficiency of

deliveries relative to Scheduled Quantities, Transporter

shall pay the Delivery Point Operator in accord with

Section 6(b)(i) below. If the monthly

imbalance is due to an excess of deliveries relative to

Scheduled Quantities, the Delivery Point Operator shall

pay Transporter in accord with Section 6(b)(ii)

below.

 

(i) Deficiency of Deliveries

 

Transporter's monthly cash-out price per Dth will

be derived from the interconnecting upstream

pipelines' cash-out prices, fuel, and

transportation components, if any, per Dth weighted

by the monthly deliveries made to Transporter's

receipt points by each of the interconnecting

upstream pipelines. The product of the

Transporter's monthly cash-out price plus any

applicable transportation and fuel components of

Transporter and the monthly imbalance deficiency of

the Delivery Point Operator will make up the

monthly cash out of the Delivery Point Operator.

This monthly cash out will be payable to the

Delivery Point Operator by the Transporter.