Sabine Pipe Line Company LLC

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Effective Date: 10/01/2002, Docket: RP02-408-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 241A Second Revised Sheet No. 241A : Superseded

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 241A

 

 

Imbalance trades can only be withdrawn by the

initiating trader and only prior to the confirming

trader's confirmation of the trade. Imbalance trades

are considered final when confirmed by the confirming

trader and effectuated by Sabine. After receipt of an

Imbalance Trade Confirmation, Sabine will send the

Imbalance Trade Notification to the initiating trader

no later than noon CCT the next business day.

 

Sabine will recognize a trade of imbalances only if

each party to the trade timely notifies Sabine of the

trade, the identity of the Shipper(s) with whom the

trade was made, the relevant Sabine Service Agreement

numbers for each Shipper involved in the trade, and the

volumes traded, and Sabine is able to confirm that the

information is a match.

 

To account for any imbalance remaining after imbalance

trading, where Sabine associates such imbalance with a

Service Agreement, the Shipper and Sabine will

designate one of the Shipper's valid Service Agreements

for such purpose.

 

Any remaining imbalances must be resolved in kind

during the second calendar Month following the Month

during which the imbalance occurred.

 

8.3 Imbalance Nominations

 

For each day on which Shipper desires to schedule the

delivery of gas to Sabine for the resolution of an

accrued underdelivery of the receipt of gas from Sabine

for the resolution of an accrued overdelivery, Shipper

shall submit to Sabine, in a written nomination, which

may be a telefax, the daily quantity of gas, expressed

in Dts, that it has available for delivery or the

quantity of gas Shipper desires to receive, in

accordance with the nomination procedures set forth in

Section 5. Such deliveries and receipts shall be

scheduled as operating conditions reasonably permit.