Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company

FIFTH REVISED VOLUME NO. 1

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Effective Date: 04/01/1996, Docket: RP95-396-007, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 214 Second Revised Sheet No. 214 : Effective

Superseding: Sub Original Sheet No. 214

 

Rate Schedule LMS - PA

Load Management Service - Pooling Area (continued)

 

 

(b) A monthly imbalance under a transportation agreement shall be computed

separately for each Receipt Region as set forth in Section 7(c) of this

Rate Schedule. This imbalance shall be the cumulative net total of the

Daily Variances at those receipt points within a Receipt Region at which

service was received under the transportation agreement and where no

Balancing Agreement is in effect. To determine the % monthly imbalance by

a Shipper at receipt points not covered by a Balancing Agreement,

Transporter shall divide the lesser of the monthly imbalance based on

Operational Data or the actual monthly imbalance by the Shipper's total

scheduled receipt quantities for all days of the month for all applicable

receipt points, then multiply by 100.

 

(c) If the monthly imbalance is due to an excess of actual receipts relative

to scheduled quantities, then the monthly imbalance shall be considered a

"positive" imbalance and Balancing Party/Shipper shall sell to

Transporter, and Transporter shall buy from the Balancing Party/Shipper,

in accordance with the formula listed in Section 7(d) below. If the

monthly imbalance is due to a deficiency in actual receipts relative to

scheduled quantities, then the monthly imbalance shall be considered a

"negative" imbalance and Transporter shall sell to the Balancing

Party/Shipper, and Balancing Party/Shipper shall buy from Transporter, in

accordance with the formula listed in Section 7(d) below.