Central Kentucky Transmission Company
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 05/01/2006, Docket: CP05- 48-002, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 102 Original Sheet No. 102 : Effective
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
8.2 Receipt Point Allocation. Differences at a receipt point shall be
allocated (1) in accordance with the provisions of an OBA, if an OBA covers
such point; or (2) pro rata among all Shippers at that receipt point on the
basis of the Scheduled Daily Receipt Quantities, unless the upstream point
operator providing the point confirmation submits a PDA to the allocating
party before the start of the Gas Day, and Transporter accepts the PDA.
8.3 Predetermined Allocation Method (PDA).
(a) As used in this Section 8, a PDA is an agreement by or among
point operators, prior to the beginning of the Gas Day, at the receipt
point to allocate the difference between the scheduled daily quantity and
the actual daily flow of gas in a mutually agreeable manner. Types of
allocation methods include, but are not limited to, Ranked, Pro Rata,
Percentage, Swing, and Operator Provided Value. If the two parties cannot
agree upon an allocation methodology, pro rata based upon confirmed
nominations shall be used as the default method. PDAs shall be provided by
the interconnecting operator, and for multi-tiered allocations, may be
provided by the upstream titleholders or Shippers. Interconnecting
operators at receipt locations shall provide a PDA to allocate to upstream
titleholders. Upstream titleholders may provide a PDA to allocate to the
parties taking possession of their gas at a receipt location. Shippers may
provide a PDA to allocate to their nominations at the receipt location.
(b) If confirming parties cannot agree upon an allocation
methodology at the receipt point, pro rata based upon confirmed nominations
shall be used as the default method.