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. 171 First Revised Sheet No. 171

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 171

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

28. Title Transfer Tracking (Continued)

28.8 [NAESB WGQ Standard 1.3.71] A Transportation Service Provider (TSP)

may operate in a manner such that allocated quantities will equal

scheduled quantities for gas quantities into and out of a Title

Transfer Tracking Service Provider (TTTSP) from or to a pool(s). If a

TSP operates in such a manner, then the TSP should not be required to

accept Pre-determined Allocations (PDAs) for those transactions nor

separately provide, or transmit, Allocated to parties to such

transactions.

 

Where the allocated quantities with respect to TTTSP are different

than the scheduled quantities provided by the TSP to the TTTSP, for

the same period, then the TSP should provide to the TTTSP Allocations

(NAESB Standard No. 2.4.3) for the quantities into the TTTSP. In

addition, the TSP should either accept:

(a) Allocations from the TTTSP, or,

(b) PDAs from the TTTSP.

 

Such information should be delineated at the level of the nomination

line items provided by the TTTSP to the TSP for the purpose of

allocation quantities out of the TTTSP.

 

28.9 [NAESB WGQ Standard 1.3.72] Absent ranking information provided by the

Third Party Account Administrator and absent a contrary mutual

agreement to proceed otherwise, where transactions related to Third

Party Account Administrator (3PAD) activities are not balanced at the

end of any confirmation cycle, transactions entering the 3PAD (receipt)

or leaving the 3PAD (delivery), whichever is higher, should be reduced

pro rata to match the total of the transactions on the other side of

the 3PAD.

 

28.10 [NAESB WGQ Standard 1.3.73] Where a Transportation Service Provider

(TSP) has decided to offer Title Transfer Tracking (TTT) service by

means of an arrangement (including an agreement) with a party which

will act as the TSP's designated party, and regardless of communication

methodology between Account Holders and such designated party, the TSP

should, upon request, identify the Title Transfer Tracking Service

Provider(s) (TTTSPs) at a location which have established active TTT

arrangements with the TSP. The relevant information to be provided

should include the name of each TTTSP, the ID code of each TTTSP used

by the TSP, the contract number for TTTSP assigned by the TSP (where

applicable), the location code(s) for each TTTSP assigned by the

TSP(where applicable), and the location code(s) nominatable to the TSP

for transportation service to or from the location associated with each

TTTSP. If, in the future, the common code for locations central

repository includes listing TTTSPs by location, the requirements of

this standard may be met.