Kentucky West Virginia Gas Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/1999, Docket: RP99-361-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 121 Third Revised Sheet No. 121 : Superseded

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 121

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Continued)

 

priority established in Pipeline's interruptible

queue from highest priority to lowest priority.

Where interruptible service nominations at any point

exceed available capacity and the nominating

Customers share equal queue priority, capacity will

be allocated pro-rata based on the ratio of

Customers' nominations as applied to the capacity

available at the constrained points.

 

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. Types of

allocation methods include, but are not limited to

Ranked, Pro-Rata, Percentage, Swing and Operator

Provided Value. Only one predetermined allocation

methodology shall be applied per allocation period. The

types of allocation methodologies is a list from which

two parties may agree. If the two parties cannot agree

upon an allocation methodology, pro rata based upon

confirmed nominations shall be used as the default

method. The party responsible for custody transfer (the

party performing the measurement function) shall provide

the allocation. 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. Predetermined