Iroquois Gas Transmission System, L.P.

FIRST REVISED VOLUME NO. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/2002, Docket: RP01- 44-006, Status: Effective

Ninth Revised Sheet No. 47 Ninth Revised Sheet No. 47 : Superseded

Superseding: Eighth Revised Sheet No. 47

Points. The Maximum Equivalent Quantity for a Shipper shall be

the thermal equivalent of the Maximum Input Quantity for that

Shipper as defined in Section 2.24(b).

(c) Scheduled Equivalent Quantity. The Scheduled

Equivalent Quantity for a Delivery Point shall be the Equivalent

Quantity which is nominated by Shipper for transportation

service to such Delivery Point on a given day in accordance with

Section 4 of the General Terms and Conditions of Transporter's

currently effective FERC Gas Tariff, or such other quantity as

determined through application of said Section 4. The aggregate

total of a Shipper's Scheduled Equivalent Quantities on any day

at all Delivery Points may exceed the Maximum Equivalent

Quantity established pursuant to the Gas Transportation Contract

Between Shipper and Transporter; provided, however, that (i) the

 

ggregate total of such Shipper's Scheduled Equivalent

Quantities on any day at any Delivery Point may not exceed the

Maximum Equivalent Quantity, and (ii) the total quantity of gas

nominated by Shipper to be transported by Transporter on any day

through any single segment of Transporter's pipeline system may

not exceed the Maximum Equivalent Quantity.

2.26 Fuel Calculation Mechanism -- In Kind Fuel

Reimbursement. When the fuel reimbursement method is fuel

in-kind, the results of the fuel reimbursement calculations for

the nomination process should be rounded to the nearest

dekatherm or gigajoule (Canada). The standard fuel calculation

mechanism, as this is related to the nomination process, should

be (1-fuel %/100) multiplied by receipt quantity = delivery

quantity. Transporter will not reject a nomination for reasons

of rounding differences due to fuel calculation of less than 5

Dth, and Transporter will provide, if applicable, a fuel matrix

for receipt and delivery point combinations. The Service

Requester will not be responsible for calculating and totaling

fuel based on each zone or facility traversed. For current in-

kind fuel reimbursement procedures, fuel rates should be made

effective only at the beginning of the month. "Fuel" as

referred to in this calculation refers to the Measurement

Variance/Fuel Use Factor as defined further in Section 2.27.