North Baja Pipeline, LLC
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Effective Date: 08/01/2009, Docket: RP09-689-000, Status: Effective
Third Revised Sheet No. 141 Third Revised Sheet No. 141
Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 141
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE
14. SCHEDULING AND NOMINATIONS
14.1 Information to be Provided with Nomination
A Shipper may nominate for transportation service on NBP
electronically in accordance with Paragraph 36 of the General
Terms and Conditions of Service. In accordance with NAESB
Standard 1.3.5, Version 1.8, all nominations should include
Shipper-defined begin dates and end dates. All nominations
excluding intraday nominations should have roll-over options.
Specifically, Shippers should have the ability to nominate for
several days, months, or years, provided the nomination begin and
end dates are within the term of Shipper's contract.
All nominations shall include, at a minimum:
(a) a daily quantity of gas to be transported (expressed in
(b) previously approved and valid receipt and delivery
(c) Shipper-defined begin dates and end dates.
Shipper shall provide as a component of its nomination such
business conditional data sets as may be required by NBP to
enable it to identify, confirm and schedule the nomination.
Shipper shall also prioritize nominated receipts and
deliveries when there is more than one (1) supplier and more
than one (1) Shipper, respectively. Shipper designated
priorities will be used to allocate gas when upstream and
downstream nominations vary from NBP's Shipper nominations.
Shipper may nominate for any period of days, provided the
nomination begin and end dates are within the term of the
Shipper's Transportation Service Agreement. Such
nominations shall be deemed "Standing Nominations." All
types of Nominations must be clearly and separately
identified so that priorities of service can be
distinguished. As required by NAESB Standard 1.3.19,
Version 1.8, overrun quantities should be requested on a
The receipt of the nomination is notice that all necessary
regulatory approvals have been received and that valid
upstream and downstream transportation and other contractual
arrangements are in place.