Tuscarora Gas Transmission Company
First Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 07/01/2009, Docket: RP09-926-000, Status: Effective
First Revised Sheet No. 128 First Revised Sheet No. 128
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 128
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
22. NOTICES, COMMUNICATION, AND POSTINGS (Continued)
22.3 Recall and Reput Notices (Continued)
(d) [NAESB WGQ Standard 5.3.47] The Replacement Shipper should provide
the Transportation Service Provider (TSP) with no more than two
Internet E-mail addresses to be used for recall notification. The
obligation of the TSP to provide notification is waived until at least
one of the addresses has been provided.
(e) [NAESB WGQ Standard 5.3.48] The Releasing Shipper should provide
capacity recall notification to the Transportation Service Provider
(TSP) through the TSP's Customer Activities Website. The recall
notification should specify the recall notification period for the
specified effective gas day, as well as any other information needed
to uniquely identify the capacity being recalled.
(f) [NAESB WGQ Standard 5.3.49] Recalled capacity notices should indicate
whether penalties will apply for the gas day for which quantities are
reduced due to a capacity recall.
(g) [NAESB WGQ Standard 5.3.52] Affected Replacement Shippers should
manage internal distribution of notifications of recall received from
a Transportation Service Provider.
(h) [NAESB WGQ Standard 5.3.53] When capacity is recalled, it may not be
reput for the same gas day.
(i) [NAESB WGQ Standard 5.3.54] The deadline for notifying the
Transportation Service Provider of a reput is 8:00 a.m. (6:00 a.m.
PCT) to allow for timely nominations to flow on the next gas day.
(j) [NAESB WGQ Standard 5.3.55] For the recall notification provided to
the Transportation Service Provider (TSP), the TSP's Tariff should
specify whether the quantity should be expressed in terms of 1) total
released capacity entitlements or 2) adjusted total released capacity
entitlements based upon the Elapsed Prorata Capacity. The capacity
entitlements resulting from the use of either 1) or 2) should be the
(k) [NAESB WGQ Standard 5.3.56] In the event of an intra-day capacity
recall, the Transportation Service Provider (TSP) should determine the
allocation of capacity between the Releasing Shipper and the
Replacement Shipper(s) based upon the Elapsed Prorata Capacity (EPC).
Variations to the use of EPC may be necessary to reflect the nature of
the TSP's tariff, services, and/or operational characteristics.