Trunkline Gas Company, LLC

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/2003, Docket: RP03-534-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 244 Original Sheet No. 244 : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

 

5. TRANSPORTATION BALANCING (Continued)

 

Section 5.3, Trunkline will allow a daily tolerance of two (2)

percent of the MDQ and on a monthly basis there will be a two (2)

percent tolerance. The Quantities of Gas subject to an

unauthorized overrun penalty each month shall be the greater of

(1) the sum of the daily unauthorized overrun Quantities after the

two (2) percent daily tolerance; or (2) the monthly unauthorized

overrun Quantities determined after the two (2) percent monthly

tolerance. The unauthorized overrun penalty rate shall be equal

to two (2) times the Field Zone to Zone 2 rate for Rate Schedule

IT.

 

5.4 Third-Party Imbalance Management Services

 

Subject to the conditions set forth in this Section, a Shipper may

obtain services from a third-party provider to manage imbalances

between actual receipts and deliveries; to manage variances

between scheduled and actual deliveries; and to supply gas for

overruns.

 

(A) Trunkline and the third-party provider shall have entered

into an agreement which defines how such provider will

accommodate Shipper's imbalances, scheduling variances, or

overruns, how the provider is to make the corresponding

operational changes, the limitations on the level of

imbalances, scheduling variances and overruns to be

accommodated and the consequences if such levels are exceeded

or operational changes are not made. The agreement must

provide Trunkline with the ability to call on the third-party

provider on a basis consistent with service offered by the

third-party provider to the Shipper. The agreement must also

specify a predetermined allocation methodology and shall

specify the extent to which and the conditions under which

the Shipper shall be kept whole because the third-party

provider is agreeing to take the imbalance, scheduling

variance or overrun. If there is an OBA at the point at

which the imbalance management service is to be provided, the

agreement must also provide that Trunkline shall not be

responsible for balancing within the agreed limits of the

management service.