Midwestern Gas Transmission Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/09/2004, Docket: RP04-325-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 228A First Revised Sheet No. 228A : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 228A

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

 

3. MEASUREMENT REPORTING AND SCHEDULING OF RECEIPTS AND DELIVERIES (Continued)

 

3.7 Capacity Allocation, Confirmation and Scheduling Processes (Continued)

 

3.7.2 Allocation of Point Capacity

 

In those instances in which the aggregate net quantity of all validated

nominations exceed Company's physical capacity to receive gas at a

specific Receipt Point or deliver gas at a specific Delivery Point,

Company will allocate capacity to the validated nominations at the

constrained point location in the following priority categories

specified below (listed from highest to lowest).

 

(a) Firm nomination quantities in the opposite direction of the net

nominated quantity at the constrained point location.

 

Such nomination class will be initially allocated capacity given

that it potentially adds capacity at the point in the direction of

the constraint.

 

(b) Firm nomination quantities in the same direction as the net

nominated quantity at the constrained point location.

 

If requested, Company shall prioritize nominations within this

nomination class as follows:

 

(i) Primary scheduling rights firm nominations.

 

Pro rata allocation of capacity within this nomination

class, if necessary, will be based on Shipper's primary

scheduling rights at such location.

 

If all available constrained capacity is allocated to this

nomination class, Company will cease the allocation process

at this step.

 

(ii) Secondary In-Path (SIP) firm nominations.

 

Pro rata allocation of capacity within this nomination

class, if necessary, will be based on Shipper's secondary

scheduling rights at such location.

 

If all available constrained capacity is allocated to this

nomination class, Company will cease the allocation process

at this step.

 

(iii) Secondary Out-of-Path (SOP) firm nominations.

 

Pro rata allocation of capacity within this nomination

class, if necessary, will be based on Shipper's secondary

scheduling rights at such location.

 

If all available constrained capacity is allocated to this

nomination class, Company will cease the allocation process

at this step.