Granite State Gas Transmission, Inc.

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 02/10/1999, Docket: RP99- 80-001, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No 273 Second Revised Sheet No 273 : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 273

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

26. NOMINATIONS AND SCHEDULING OF TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

(continued)

 

26.1 Initial Service

 

Service Requester's Nomination shall be submitted via

Electronic Data Interchange at a Designated Site,

(electronic address) mutually agreed to by both

Transporter and Seller, or by fax when necessary. All

nominations will be considered original nominations

and should be replaced to be changed.

 

When a nomination for a date range is received, each

day within that range is considered an original

nomination. When a subsequent nomination is received

for one or more days within that range, the previous

nomination is superseded by the subsequent nomination

only to the extent of the days specified. The days of

the previous nomination outside the range of the

subsequent nomination are unaffected. Nominations

have a prospective effect only.

 

No transportation service will commence unless or

until (1) Transporter and the applicable Point

Operator(s) have received the completed nomination

information from Service Requester, including:

 

i) The Nomination Period during which Service

Requester requires transportation service, as

defined by a beginning date and an ending date;

 

ii) The quantity of gas in Dekatherms which Service

Requester desires to have transported each day

during the Nomination Period under each Rate

Schedule from a specific Receipt Point(s) to a

specific Delivery Point(s);

 

iii) a ranking of the supplies received at the

designated points; and

 

iv) all applicable Point Operators have submitted to

Transporter the information required by Rate

Schedule LMS, as applicable.

 

The receiver of a nomination initiates the

confirmation process. The party that would receive a

Request for Confirmation or an unsolicited

Confirmation Response may waive the obligation of the

sender to send.