Scg Pipeline Inc.
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 11/01/2003, Docket: RP03-611-000, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No.114 Original Sheet No.114 : Superseded
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
(b) Secondary Release resold under this Section 11, including capacity
resold under the bidding exception of Section 11, shall be subject to the
maximum rates, including any applicable surcharges, set forth in Pipeline's
rate sheets for the applicable Rate Schedule. If Releasing Shipper specifies
that the capacity may be released on a volumetric rate basis, the volumetric
rate for the release shall apply only to the reservation portion of the rate
and shall be subject to the maximum volumetric rates set forth in Pipeline's
rate sheets for the applicable Rate Schedule. Capacity released subject to
recall is firm service subject to the same maximum rates as capacity released
not subject to recall.
(c) Capacity released hereunder shall be acquired by the Replacement Shipper
under the same Rate Schedule as that applying to the existing Service
Agreement. Prearranged Shipper may nominate the released capacity at the
earliest available nomination period after Pipeline is informed of the
release. Replacement Shipper may nominate the released capacity at the
earliest available nomination period after Pipeline posts the awarded
(d) A Releasing Shipper may not rollover, extend or in any way continue a
release of 31 days or less to the same Replacement Shipper unless the capacity
is posted for bidding pursuant to the requirements in Section 11.3. or until
28 days after the first release period has ended.
12. RESOLUTION OF IMBALANCES AND CASHOUT PROVISION
12.1(a) Definition of Transportation Imbalance.
“Transportation Imbalance” shall mean the difference between a Shipper’s
allocated receipts (adjusted for fuel) and allocated deliveries under any firm
or interruptible transportation agreement. All imbalances will be calculated
on a daily basis.