Scg Pipeline Inc.

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

Original Sheet No.86 Original Sheet No.86 : Superseded

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

 

(b) Where Pipeline, pursuant to 8.1(d) herein,

provides Shipper with deliveries at an individual Delivery Point in excess of

Shipper’s otherwise applicable MDDQ (“excess deliveries”), the MDDQ for that

Delivery Point shall be adjusted upward to reflect the increased deliveries

Pipeline has agreed to provide and the Shipper’s MDDQ at its remaining

Delivery Points shall be reduced by a like amount in a manner as mutually

agreed upon by Shipper and Pipeline for the period Pipeline has agreed to make

such excess deliveries. The MDDQ for each Gas Day at each Delivery Point,

which represents a limitation applicable to the combined deliveries under all

rate schedules under which Pipeline delivers firm service to Shipper, shall

not exceed Shipper’s MDTQ.

 

(c) More than One Shipper. If the quantity of gas delivered at a single

Delivery Point is applicable to gas delivered by Pipeline to more than one

Shipper, then the total measured quantity shall be allocated in accordance

with the PDA methodology chosen by the Delivery Point operator in accordance

with GT&Cs Section 7.2.

 

(d) Delivery Point Authorized Daily Overrun. Shipper may

submit to Pipeline a request for an authorized waiver of Shipper’s MDDQ or

segment entitlement on the Gas Day prior to scheduled flow or on the Gas Day

of scheduled flow. Pipeline may transport for Shipper the requested deliveries

in excess of Shipper’s MDDQ or segment entitlement to the extent physical

operating conditions permit and to the extent Pipeline is able reasonably to

determine that such deliveries will not impair Pipeline’s ability to provide

firm service to other Shippers on Pipeline’s system. In such circumstances,

the delivery of gas in excess of Shipper’s MDDQ or segment entitlement will be

firm, provided that the total scheduled deliveries for such Shipper at all of

its Delivery Points do not exceed Shipper’s MDTQ.