Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Company, LLC
Fourth Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 12/31/9999, Docket: RP01-245-029, Status: Accepted
Second Revised Sheet No. 290 Second Revised Sheet No. 290
Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 290
RATE SCHEDULE POOLING
1.1 Service under this rate schedule is available from Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line
Company, LLC (hereinafter referred to as "Seller") on a non-discriminatory basis for
any gas company or any other party (hereinafter referred to as "Buyer") when:
(a) Buyer delivers, under a separate agreement, natural gas to Seller at a pooling
point for aggregation and disaggregation at the same pooling point or desires to
provide Title Transfer Tracking (TTT) service; and
(b) Buyer and Seller have executed a pooling service agreement for service under
this rate schedule.
1.2 Service under this rate schedule will be available at those physical or virtual points
identified by Seller on 1Line.
1.3 Seller shall not be required to construct or acquire new facilities to provide service
under this rate schedule.
2. APPLICABILITY AND CHARACTER OF SERVICE
2.1 Pooling shall be defined as the aggregation of gas from multiple physical and/or
virtual receipt points to a single physical or virtual point; and the disaggregation
of gas from a single physical or virtual point to multiple physical and/or virtual
delivery points. This rate schedule shall apply to all pooling service rendered by
Seller for Buyer, pursuant to Seller's blanket certificate or Part 284 of the
regulations of the FERC and the executed service agreement for service under this rate
2.2 In order to accommodate the priority of service consistent with Section 3.9 of Rate
Schedule IT, pooling service shall be designated as either firm or interruptible.
Buyer shall execute a separate service agreement under this rate schedule for firm
pooling service and for interruptible pooling service.
2.3 Service under this rate schedule shall be provided as follows:
(a) Buyer shall submit an aggregation nomination which shall be a nomination on
Buyer's transportation agreement(s) identifying the quantity of gas to be
delivered from a specified receipt point to Buyer's pooling service agreement at
a specified pooling point. Such nomination must be consistent with the
nomination procedures set forth in Section 28.8 of the General Terms and
Conditions, and the nomination timelines as defined in Section 28.1 of the
General Terms and Conditions.
(b) Buyer must also submit a disaggregation nomination which shall be a one sided
nomination on a Buyer's pooling service agreement identifying the business
entity (and package ID if so desired) and quantity of gas which Buyer authorizes
to be received for take away from the specified pooling point. At the Station
85 pooling point, the disaggregation nomination shall also specify the deal type
denoting the gas authorized to be taken away that is subject to the Zone 4 usage
and fuel retention and the gas authorized to be taken away that is not subject
to the Zone 4 usage and fuel retention. Such nomination must be consistent with
the nomination timelines as defined in Section 28.1 of the General Terms and
(i) Disaggregation nomination shall mean nomination(s) specifying only the
delivery side of the transaction which will be provided by Buyer on a
Pooling Service Agreement at the pooling point.
(c) All discrepancies between the aggregation nomination, the disaggregation
nomination and the related transportation nomination received for take away at
such pooling point will be balanced by using the lesser of process as defined in
NAESB Standard 1.3.22; provided, however, Seller shall not require such pooling
point to be balanced during the timely nomination cycle as defined in Section
28.1 of the General Terms and Conditions.