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. 105 Original Sheet No. 105

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

22. NOMINATIONS AND SCHEDULING OF TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

(Continued)

 

(a) Transporter's firm transportation services; provided

that

 

(1) Quantities scheduled at Primary Receipt Points or

Primary Delivery Points shall be scheduled first at any time

during the month and shall be given the highest priority; and

(2) Quantities scheduled from Secondary Receipt Points

or to Secondary Delivery Points shall be scheduled second;

provided that the sum of such nominations are not in excess of the

applicable contractual entitlement of Shipper. Any firm Shipper

requesting service from a Secondary Receipt Point may interrupt

gas that is flowing or has been scheduled to flow pursuant to any

interruptible service using the affected receipt point, but may

not interrupt another firm Shipper. If there is insufficient

capacity to serve all requests to Secondary Points, Transporter

shall allocate capacity first to Shippers with Secondary Delivery

Points within the Primary Path of such Shippers. Transporter

shall award capacity to those Shippers sequentially beginning with

the highest rate, based upon those Shippers respective nominated

quantities. Where requested deliveries at the highest rate exceed

Transporter's capacity at Secondary Delivery Points, Transporter

shall allocate such capacity first to those Shippers flowing gas

on a pro rata basis, based upon each Shipper's respective

confirmed nominations, and second to all remaining Shippers based

upon the order in which Transporter received nominations from

those Shippers (equally to all Shippers submitting nominations

within the same Nomination Cycle on the same day). Any remaining

capacity shall then be allocated to Shippers with Secondary

Delivery Points outside the Primary Path of such Shippers.

Transporter shall award capacity to those Shippers sequentially

beginning with the highest rate, based upon those Shippers

respective nominated quantities. Where requested deliveries

exceed Transporter's capacity at Secondary Delivery Points,

Transporter shall allocate such capacity first to those Shippers

on a pro rata basis, based upon such Shipper's respective

confirmed nominations, and second to all remaining Shippers based

upon the order in which Transporter received nominations from

those Shippers (equally to any Shippers submitting nominations

within the same Nomination Cycle on the same day). These

priorities shall apply where Shipper's aggregate deliveries at

primary and secondary delivery points do not exceed Shipper's

Transportation Demand.

 

(b) Mid-month, make-up volumes to correct prior daily

variances under a balancing agreement.

 

(c) Among Transporter's interruptible transportation

Shippers authorized to receive service prior to January 30, 1993

under former Rate Schedules T-1, T-2 and T-3.

 

(d) Among Transporter's interruptible transportation

Shippers according to the quantities scheduled by such Shippers

that provided completed Service Request Forms to Transporter

during the period beginning 8 a.m. January 12, 1993 and ending 8

a.m. January 22, 1993.

 

(e) Among all IT-1 Shippers on a first-come, first-served

basis based upon the date of receipt of Shipper's request for

service from Transporter; provided however, a Shipper willing to

pay a higher rate shall have priority over a Shipper willing to

pay only a lower rate. A Shipper paying a lower rate shall be

entitled to pay the higher rate and retain its priority based

solely on the date of receipt of Shipper's request for service and