Wyckoff Gas Storage Company, LLC
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 12/31/9999, Docket: RP09- 444-000, Status: Accepted
Original Sheet No. 5 Original Sheet No. 5
3. OVERRUN SERVICE
(a) A request by Shipper to make injections in excess of its
MDIQ/MHIQ or withdrawals in excess of its MDWQ/MHWQ shall be submitted
to Transporter. In the event that Shipper makes such a request,
Transporter will confirm the request to the extent that additional
flexibility exists during the time period of the request
(i) in accordance with Section 3.2 of the General Terms and
(ii) Transporter, using reasonable discretion, can
operationally accommodate the request,
(b) Transporter shall have the right to interrupt all or part
of the overrun quantity nominated, as the operation of its facilities
at its sole discretion may require, subject to Section 3.2 of the
General Terms and Conditions of this Tariff.
4. LOAD FOLLOWING AND IMBALANCE SERVICE
As a service option under this Rate Schedule, Transporter will
provide storage-based load following and hourly/daily balancing
services, on a non-discriminatory basis, that are designed to match the
dispatch profiles of gas-fired electric generation (“GFEG”) facilities
and other highly- variable sources of natural gas demand. Hourly
nomination and “no-notice” services are available depending on the
nomination and dispatch procedures of interconnecting pipelines.
Shippers contracting for load-following and balancing services will be
required to maintain zero (-0-) daily inventory balances or face
imbalance charges for both under- and over-deliveries. Service
parameters are negotiable and will be designed based upon the
particular load profile characteristics of the GFEG facility or other
source of variable demand for which Shipper desires such services.
(a) For all service rendered under this Rate Schedule, each
month, Shipper shall pay Transporter the charges set forth below,
unless otherwise mutually agreed to by Transporter and Shipper and
specified in Shipper’s FSS Service Agreement.
(1) Monthly Storage and Deliverability Charge. A monthly
charge, as set forth in Exhibit A of the Shipper’s FSS Service
Agreement, for each Dth of Shipper’s MDWQ.
(2) Injection Charge. A charge, as set forth in Exhibit A
of the Shipper’s FSS Service Agreement, for each Dth injected by
Transporter for Shipper’s account during a given Month.
(3) Withdrawal Charge. A charge, as set forth in Exhibit A
of the Shipper’s FSS Service Agreement, for each Dth withdrawn by
Transporter for Shipper’s account during a given month.