Iroquois Gas Transmission System, L.P.

FIRST REVISED VOLUME NO. 1

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Effective Date: 04/01/2003, Docket: RP03-258-000, Status: Effective

Eighth Revised Sheet No. 58 Eighth Revised Sheet No. 58 : Effective

Superseding: Seventh Revised Sheet No. 58

 

 

shall be treated as a nomination for service at a Primary

Receipt Point, up to the Shippers Maximum Input Quantity at

such upstream Primary Receipt Point. For purposes of

allocating mainline capacity pursuant to this paragraph, any

nominations for service at an Alternate Delivery Point located

upstream of a Shippers Primary Delivery Point shall be treated

as a nomination for service at a Primary Delivery Point, up to

the Shippers Maximum Equivalent Quantity at such downstream

Primary Delivery Point. This section is consistent with the

Commission's "within the path" approach to secondary point

rights within a zone.

 

(2) Second, except as otherwise provided in

paragraph (1) above, Transporter shall accept all nominations

for service at Alternate Receipt and Delivery Point(s) pursuant

to Gas Transportation Contracts for Firm Reserved Service under

Part 284 of the Commission's Regulations. In the event

Transporter has insufficient capacity to render the full level

of service nominated, Transporter shall pro-rate the allocation

of available service based on the highest percentage of the

Maximum Demand Rate for the service being provided. In applying

such criteria where a Negotiated Rate or Negotiated Rate Formula

is involved, the value assigned to a request which includes a

Negotiated Rate or Negotiated Rate Formula shall be determined

in accordance with Section 32 of these General Terms and

Conditions and shall in no event exceed the Recourse Rate.

Shippers that are paying the same rate for such service shall be

allocated capacity on a pro-rata basis.

 

(3) Third, Transporter shall accept all

nominations for service under Gas Transportation Contracts for

Extended Receipts and Extended Deliveries up to the Maximum Input

Quantities and Maximum Equivalent Quantities contained in such Gas

Transportation Contracts. In the event Transporter has

insufficient capacity to render the full level of extended

receipts and extended deliveries nominated, Transporter shall

allocate the capacity available based on the highest percentage

of the Maximum Commodity Rate for the service being provided.

In applying such criteria where a Negotiated Rate or Negotiated

Rate Formula is involved, the value assigned to a request which

includes a Negotiated Rate or Negotiated Rate Formula shall be

determined in accordance with Section 32 of these General Terms

and Conditions and shall in no event exceed the Recourse Rate.

Shippers that are paying the same rate for such service shall be

allocated capacity on a pro-rata basis.