Tuscarora Gas Transmission Company

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Effective Date: 10/01/2002, Docket: RP02-471-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 86 First Revised Sheet No. 86 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 86

 

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

 

refuses to pay the maximum authorized rate, Transporter has pregranted

authority to abandon service and Transporter shall have no further

obligation to render service under the Existing Shipper's

Transportation Service Agreement pursuant to Section 7(b) of the

Natural Gas Act.

 

(k) Failure to Execute a Transportation Service Agreement. If the Offering

Shipper fails to execute a Transportation Service Agreement according

to the agreed upon terms 30 days from the date the Transportation

Service Agreement is tendered to the Offering Shipper, Transporter will

continue to provide the Existing Shipper service at the maximum

applicable rate and Transporter will hold a further open season as

prescribed in Section 27.5(d). The Bid Notification and Bid Matching

Procedures will be repeated.

 

 

28. Title Transfer Tracking

 

28.1 Definitions.

 

(a) Title Transfer is the change of title to gas between parties at a

location.

 

(b) Title Transfer Tracking is the process of accounting for the

progression of title changes from party to party that does not effect

a physical transfer of gas.

 

(c) A Title Transfer Tracking Service Provider is a party conducting the

title transfer tracking activity.

 

(d) A Third Party Account Administrator is a Title Transfer Tracking

Service Provider other than the Transportation Service Provider.

 

(e) An Account Holder is the party using the services of a Title Transfer

Tracking Service Provider (TTTSP) under a contract or other

arrangement with that TTTSP.

 

(f) A title transfer Nomination is a nomination line item requesting the

service of Title Transfer Tracking and is sent by an Account Holder to

a Title Transfer Tracking Service Provider.

 

28.2 At a minimum, the Transportation Service Providers (TSP) should be

responsible for accommodating Title Transfer Tracking (TTT) services

at all points identified by the TSP as pooling points, where TTT

services are requested. In absence of existing pooling points or in

addition to existing pooling points where access to TTT activity is

not reasonably accessible for supply receipt locations covered by an

OBA, TSPs should be responsible for accommodating TTT at no less than

one location.

 

28.3 The Title Transfer Tracking services should be supported by means of

the nominations, quick responses and scheduled quantities processes.

At the Transportation Service Provider's election, the confirmation

process may also be utilized with Title Transfer Tracking Service

Providers within the TSP's system.