Tuscarora Gas Transmission Company

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Effective Date: 09/01/2005, Docket: RP05-415-000, Status: Effective

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 66 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 66 : Effective

Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 66

 

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

 

 

22. NOTICES, COMMUNICATION, AND POSTINGS

 

22.1 General

 

Any communication, notice, request, demand, statement or bill provided

for in this Tariff or in a Transportation Service Agreement, or any

notice which either Transporter or Shipper may desire to give to the

other, shall be in writing, except as provided for in Sections 22.2 and

22.3, and shall be considered as duly presented, rendered, or delivered

express mail service, shall be considered as duly presented one day

after mailing; or, if prepared registered or ordinary mail, shall be

considered as duly presented five days after mailing. The

material so sent shall be addressed to the pertinent party at the

address set forth in the Transportation Service Agreement, or at such

other address as either party may designate in writing.

 

22.2 Intraday Bump Notice, Operational Flow Orders, and Other Critical

Notices

 

(a) Transportation Service Providers should provide affected parties

with notification of intraday bumps, operational flow orders and

other critical notices through the affected party's choice of

Electronic Notice Delivery mechanism(s).

 

(b) Unless the affected party and the Transportation Service Provider

(TSP) have agreed to exclusive notification via EDI/EDM, the

affected party should provide the TSP with at least one Internet

E-mail address to be used for Electronic Notice Delivery of

intraday bumps, operation flow orders and other critical notices.

The obligation of the TSP to provide notification is

waived until the above requirement has been met.

 

(c) Transportation Service Providers should support the concurrent

sending of electronic notification of intraday bumps, operational

flow orders and other critical notices to two Internet E-mail

addresses for each affected party.

 

(d) Affected parties should manage internal distribution of notices

received by Electronic Notice Delivery.

 

(e) When sending Internet E-mail notifications for intraday bumps

operational flow orders and other critical notices, the subject

line of the E-mail should include the following information

separated by commas in the following order: (1) "Critical",

(2) Notice Type label (per GISB standard 4.3.29), (3) the

Notice Effective Date in YYYYMMDD format,(4) the name or

abbreviation of the Transportation Service Provider (TSP)

excluding commas) and (5) the TSP's D-U-N-S Number.

 

(f) Transportation Service Providers may offer notification mechanisms

in addition to those references in GISB Standard 5.3.34, General

Terms and Conditions Section 22.2(a) (e.g. EBB/EDM, FF/EDM). TSPs

should include at least the same level of information for

notification of an intraday bump, operation flow order or other

critical notice regardless of the method of notification.

 

(g) Intraday bump notices should contain at least the affected Service

Requester Contract, Receipt and/or Delivery Location, and Receipt

and/or Delivery Point Quantity from the Scheduled Quantity (GISB

Standard 1.4.5).