Granite State Gas Transmission, Inc.

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 03/01/2010, Docket: RP10-322-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 51 Original Sheet No. 51

 

RATE SCHEDULE LMS

(Load Management Service)

(Continued)

 

 

 

4. Daily Variances (continued)

 

(c) Based upon the best information available, a Delivery

Point Operator shall take action to correct any imbalances

occurring during the month by making adjustments in nomination and

gas flows. If a Delivery Point Operator fails to take such

corrective action, then Transporter may, upon 48 hours' notice,

adjust Operator's scheduled receipts and deliveries over the

remainder of the calendar month in order to maintain a balance of

receipts, deliveries and nominations.

 

(d) Delivery Point Operators will be allowed to trade

imbalances occurring during the month with other Delivery Point

Operators that are subject to this Rate Schedule. All imbalance

trading must be effected through the nomination of mid-month, make-

up volumes. To facilitate imbalance trading, Transporter will

provide for the posting of Delivery Point Operators' imbalances,

based upon the best information available, on the IWS upon

request.

 

5. Unauthorized Overrun Penalty

 

On any day during Operational Flow Order conditions, when a

Delivery Point Operator takes gas in excess of the Daily Limit

applicable to a delivery point(s), such Delivery Point Operator,

in addition to the Transporter's other applicable tariffed rates

and charges, will be subject to an Unauthorized Overrun Penalty

charge of fifteen dollars ($15.00) per Dth plus any Unauthorized

Overrun charges and penalties billed to Transporter by the

connecting upstream pipeline(s). The Daily Limit shall be

specified for each delivery point in an Operational Flow Order

issued pursuant to Article 32 of the General Terms and Conditions

of Transporter's tariff.