Scg Pipeline Inc.

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Effective Date: 11/01/2003, Docket: RP03-611-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No.75 Original Sheet No.75 : Superseded

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

 

services pursuant to its FT Rate Schedule and is operationally feasible.

The maximum quantity of gas that may be nominated on a segmented portion, or

overlapping segmented portions, of Pipeline's system shall not exceed the MDTQ

of the Service Agreement under which the nominated service is provided.

Segmentation of capacity will be permitted utilizing both forward haul and

backhaul services. A Shipper’s segmented transaction may consist of a forward

haul up to the Shipper’s MDTQ and a backhaul up to Shipper’s MDTQ to the same

Delivery Point at the same time. If a Shipper’s segmentation of its capacity

results in overlapping segments of Pipeline’s system, Shipper shall pay the IT

rate and applicable surcharges as set forth on Sheet No. 7 for the capacity on

an overlapping segment(s).

 

6. SCHEDULING PROCEDURE

 

Service is deemed scheduled after Shipper submits a nomination in accordance

with Section 5 of the GT&Cs and Pipeline confirms the nominated receipt of gas

into the system and the nominated delivery of gas to Shipper, or for Shipper's

account. Until Pipeline has informed Shipper that its nomination, whether

monthly, daily, or intraday, is confirmed, such gas quantities will not be

deemed scheduled. All scheduled quantities shall be timely posted on

Pipeline’s Internet Web Site.

 

6.1 The quantities nominated for transportation by Shipper shall be

scheduled by Pipeline for receipt and delivery in the following order:

 

(a) Firm service utilizing Primary Receipt Points and Primary Delivery

Points;

 

(b) Firm service utilizing Secondary Receipt Points and/or Secondary

Delivery Points; provided, however, that if Pipeline is restricting service at

a particular Receipt or Delivery Point then a Shipper utilizing that point as

a primary point, regardless of the status at the corresponding Delivery or

Receipt Point, should have priority over a Shipper using that restrained point

as a