Iroquois Gas Transmission System, L.P.

FIRST REVISED VOLUME NO. 1

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Effective Date: 09/01/2003, Docket: RP03-420-001, Status: Effective

Sub. Fifth Revised Sheet No. 107A Sub. Fifth Revised Sheet No. 107A : Effective

Superseding: Fifth Revised Sheet No. 107A

 

 

28.20 Segmented Capacity Releases. Segmented Capacity

Release shall mean the release of a portion of a Shipper's firm

capacity along a Segment that represents less than the entire

path between the Primary Receipt Point(s) and Primary Delivery

Point(s) as set forth in Schedule 1 and 2, respectively, appended

to the Releasing Shipper's Gas Transportation Contract for Firm

Reserved Service. If the aggregate quantities of the Releasing

Shipper and the Replacement Shipper(s) nominated within any

Segment exceed the Maximum Equivalent Quantity set forth in

Schedule 2 of the Releasing Shipper's Gas Transportation Contract

for Firm Reserved Service, Transporter shall schedule quantities

as follows:

 

1) First, Transporter shall accept all nominations from the

Releasing Shipper that are within the retained Segment.

2) Second, Transporter shall accept all nominations from the

Replacement Shipper(s) that are within their respective

released Segment(s).

3) Third, Transporter shall allocate nominations from the

Releasing Shipper that are within the released Segment(s)

and within the same zone(s) as the retained Segment, and

from the Replacement Shipper(s) that are within the

retained Segment and within the same zone(s) as the

released Segment(s). Such nominations shall be allocated

pro-rata amongst the Replacement Shipper(s) and Releasing

Shipper.

 

28.21 Recall and Reput of Capacity. Releasing Shippers

may, to the extent permitted as a condition of the capacity

release, recall released capacity during the current recall

notification period and may subsequently reput such capacity by

providing notice to Transporter on its EBB by the deadlines

specified in this section. The determination of reservation

charges and credits and the potential liability for contract

overruns shall follow the allocation of capacity.