Kentucky West Virginia Gas Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 18-002, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 35A Original Sheet No. 35A : Superseded

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Continued)

 

b. Receipt and Delivery Allocation

 

(1) All customers will be allowed to aggregate volumes at any

field receipt point on Pipeline's system and deliver

those quantities anywhere on the system, subject to

capacity constraints. When more than one receipt point

or delivery point is designated, Customer and Pipeline

shall agree as to the maximum amount of gas to be

received or delivered at any time at each such receipt

point or delivery point (the total of which amounts may

not exceed the Maximum Daily Contract Quantities) and,

subject to the limitations so established, Customer shall

from time to time take or cause to be taken any and all

action necessary or desirable with respect to the

allocation of gas at such receipt point(s) or delivery

point(s), including the issuing of predetermined

allocations or instructions to Pipeline and Pipeline may

rely on any such predetermined allocations or

instructions and will receive or deliver gas in

accordance with such predetermined allocations or

instructions. When two or more persons are Customer

under the same Service Agreement with Pipeline, an agent

shall be designated and authorized to act on behalf of

all such persons with respect to such predetermined

allocations and instructions.

 

(2) When Pipeline receives gas from more than one Customer at

a common receipt point or delivers gas to more than one

Customer at a common delivery point, Pipeline shall

apportion the total measured receipt or delivery to each

Customer pro rata based on the nominations of each such

Customer; provided however, Pipeline shall rely upon any

predetermined allocation or instruction agreed to between

such Customers in apportioning the total measured receipt

or delivery.

 

(3) Pipeline shall not be required to lower its system

operating pressure, or to alter the direction of gas

flow, the gas load, or other operation or utilization of

its facilities in order to receive, transport or deliver

gas. Deliveries of gas to Pipeline by Customer at the

points of receipt under the Service Agreement shall be at

natural reservoir pressure without compression and

sufficient to cause the gas to enter Pipeline's

facilities; provided, however, that compression may be

utilized by Customer with the prior written consent of