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. 52 Original Sheet No. 52

 

RATE SCHEDULE LMS

(Load Management Service)

(Continued)

 

6. Monthly Imbalances

 

(a) Delivery Point Operator's monthly imbalance with

respect to each individual upstream pipeline shall be the net

cumulative total of Daily Variances on that upstream pipeline 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) The monthly cash-out of the Delivery Point Operator

shall be based on Sections 6(b)(i) and 6(b)(ii) below. The

monthly cash-out will be based on the Delivery Point Operator's

monthly imbalance with each individual upstream pipeline

interconnected to the Transporter. Transporter will post weekly

and maintain on its EBB he best available information from the

electronic bulletin boards of its upstream pipelines with regard

to their monthly cash-out prices.

 

(i) Deficiency of Deliveries

 

If the Delivery Point Operator's monthly imbalance with an

individual upstream pipeline is due to a deficiency of deliveries

by Transporter relative to Scheduled Quantities, then Transporter

shall pay the Delivery Point Operator in accordance with this

Section 6(b)(i). Transporter's monthly cash-out price per Dth for

each individual upstream interconnecting pipeline will be derived

from that interconnecting upstream pipeline's cash-out prices,

tolerance penalties, fuel, and transportation components, if any.

The product of that upstream pipeline's total cash-out price plus

any applicable transportation and fuel components of Transporter

and the monthly imbalance deficiency of the Delivery Point

Operator with that interconnecting upstream pipeline will be

included in the cash-out of the Delivery Point Operator. This

portion of the monthly cash-out will be payable to the Delivery

Point Operator by the Transporter.