Wyckoff Gas Storage Company, LLC

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Effective Date: 12/31/9999, Docket: RP09- 444-000, Status: Accepted

Original Sheet No. 19 Original Sheet No. 19

 

(iii) The Intraday 1 Nomination Cycle: 10:00 am for

nominations leaving control of the nominating party; 10:15 am for

receipt of nominations by Transporter (including from TTTSPs); 10:30 am

to send Quick Response; 1:00 pm for receipt of completed confirmations

by Transporter from upstream and downstream connected parties; 2:00 pm

for Transporter to provide scheduled quantities to affected shippers

and point operators, and to provide scheduled quantities to bumped

parties (notice to bumped parties), (central clock time on the gas

day). Scheduled quantities resulting from Intraday 1 Nominations should

be effective at 5:00 pm on gas day.

 

(iv) The Intraday 2 Nomination Cycle: 5:00 pm for

nominations leaving control of the nominating party; 5:15 pm for

receipt of nominations by Transporter (including from TTTSPs); 5:30 pm

to send Quick Response; 8:00 pm for receipt of completed confirmations

by Transporter from upstream and downstream connected parties; 9:00 pm

for Transporter to provide scheduled quantities to affected shippers

and point operators, and to provide scheduled quantities to bumped

parties (notice to bumped parties) (Central Clock Time on the Day).

Scheduled quantities resulting from Intraday 2 Nominations should be

effective at 9:00 pm. on Day. Bumping is not allowed during the

Intraday 2 Nomination Cycle.

 

(e) Routine Maintenance. Transporter shall have the right to

interrupt, or discontinue service in whole or in part from time to time

to perform routine repair and maintenance on Transporter’s system as

necessary to maintain the operational capability of Transporter’s

Facility or to comply with applicable regulatory requirements.

Transporter shall exercise due diligence to schedule routine repair and

maintenance so as to minimize disruptions of service to Shippers and

shall provide reasonable notice of the same to Shippers. In any such

disruption, quantities of Gas deliverable under Firm Storage Service

Agreements shalt take priority over quantities of Gas deliverable by

Transporter to Shippers under Interruptible Storage Service Agreements.

Notice of such interruptions shall be issued by Transporter to Shipper

via EBB and facsimile. Such interruptions shall in no way serve to

alter the obligation(s) of Shipper under any applicable Service

Agreement.

 

SECTION 5. IMBALANCES

 

5.1 Transporter-Caused Imbalances. The Parties recognize and

acknowledge that (i) if Transporter fails to receive Gas from Shipper

or deliver Gas to Shipper in accordance with Shipper’s nominations made

pursuant to the scheduling procedures, then Shipper may incur an

imbalance on one or more pipelines (“Transporter Pipeline Imbalance”)

and (ii) both positive and negative inventory imbalances may occur at

the Facility (whether as the result of a Transporter Pipeline Imbalance

or otherwise) that could result in greater or lesser volumes of Gas

residing in the Facility than would otherwise be reflected in the

aggregate of all of the Gas Storage Inventory Accounts of all shippers

of the Transporter at the Facility (any such imbalance being sometimes

referred to herein as an “Storage Operational Imbalance”). In the event

that at any given time either a Transporter Pipeline Imbalance or a

Storage Operational Imbalance (collectively, “Transporter-Caused

Imbalances”) should occur, the Parties agree that such imbalances shall

be