ANR Pipeline Company
Second Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 07/01/2005, Docket: RP02-335-007, Status: Effective
Seventh Revised Sheet No. 141 Seventh Revised Sheet No. 141 : Effective
Superseding: Sixth Revised Sheet No. 141
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
(c) Any Net Cashout Activity that is a positive balance shall be divided by the
throughput actually experienced for the applicable year reported in
Transporter's FERC Form No. 2 to calculate a negative surcharge per Dekatherm.
Transporter shall file to make such negative surcharge effective June 1, for
the next succeeding twelve (12) Month period, to be applied to all
Transportation Services subject to surcharges.
15.6 Imbalance Netting
(a) Transporter shall net any Shipper imbalances within the same "Operational
Impact Area" on and across Agreements with the Shipper at the close of each
Service Month, including any prior period adjustment volumes received by
Shipper which are not resolved on an in-kind basis.
(b) Any imbalances arising as a result of prior period adjustment volumes may be
resolved by Shipper on an in-kind basis through nominations during the Service
Month in which the prior period adjustment is received by the Shipper.
15.7 Imbalance Trading
(a) Transporter will allow Shipper(s) (including agents of Shippers(s)) to trade,
within the same Operational Impact Area, any imbalances remaining from the
previous Service Month after imbalance netting pursuant to Section 15.6 above.
(b) Authorizations to post imbalances that are received by Transporter by 11:45
a.m. via GEMStm or EDI data set will be effective by 8:00 a.m. the next
Business Day (CCT). Imbalances previously authorized for posting should be
posted on or before the ninth Business Day of the Month following service.
(c) Imbalance(s) to be posted for trading must be authorized by the Shipper. The
Shipper can note that the authorization will be effective for a specific
period of time or leave the authorization open-ended. Posted imbalances can
be viewed and downloaded upon request.
(d) Transporter may not post zero imbalances.
(e) Transporter will enable the imbalance trading process by:
(1) Receiving requests for imbalance trades;
(2) Receiving imbalance trade confirmations;
(3) Sending imbalance trade notifications; and
(4) Reflecting the trade on the next Monthly cashout billing.
(f) Imbalance trading will be allowed between the ninth and seventeenth Business
Day of each Month via GEMStm or EDI data sets. Transporter will provide the
ability to post and trade imbalances until the close of the seventeenth
Business Day of the Month.
(g) Imbalance trades can only be withdrawn by the party initiating the trade and
only prior to the confirming party's confirmation of the trade. Imbalance
trades are considered final when confirmed by the party confirming the trade
and effectuated by the Transporter.