Trans-Union Interstate Pipeline, L.P.

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Effective Date: 02/07/2006, Docket: RP06-217-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 114 Original Sheet No. 114 : Effective

 

 

Transporter to one or more downstream parties at the Delivery

Point for the

account of Shipper, Shipper shall provide the priority, method,

and extent to

which each nominated receipt quantity from a particular upstream

party should

be reduced in the event that any downstream Operator verifies and

confirms

deliveries that are less than the Shipper's nominated deliveries,

or in the

event that, due to Transporter's allocation of Available Capacity

for

Transportation services, all nominated receipts cannot be

scheduled.

Likewise, if Shipper elects to nominate quantities of Gas to be

delivered by

Transporter to one or more parties at the Delivery Point for the

account of

Shipper, Shipper shall provide the priority, method, and extent

to which each

nominated delivery quantity to a particular downstream party at

the Delivery

Point should be reduced in the event that any upstream Operator

verifies and

confirms receipts that are less than the Shipper's nominated

receipts, or in

the event that, due to Transporter's allocation of Available

Capacity for

Transportation services, all nominated deliveries cannot be

scheduled.

 

Shipper prioritization of nominated quantities must be consistent

with the

terms of this FERC Gas Tariff and such prioritization will be

honored to the

extent that Transporter reasonably determines such prioritization

is

operationally feasible.

 

5.6 Delegation of Nomination Authority to Agent - A Shipper may

delegate to

any third party the responsibility for submitting nominations and

receiving

confirmations or performing other administrative duties under any

effective

agreement, subject to the following conditions:

 

(a) Any designation of a third party as agent, or any change in

such

designation, must be provided in writing to Transporter at least

two (2)

Business Days prior to the requested effective date of the

designation.

 

(b) The written designation must specify any limits on the

authority of the

agent, including any time limit for the designation. Transporter

may reject

any Shipper's request to delegate responsibilities if the

limitations on the

designation would impose undue administrative burdens on

Transporter.

 

(c) Transporter will rely on communications from a Shipper's

agent for all

nomination purposes, except to the extent the designation is

expressly

limited. Communications by Transporter to such agent will be

deemed notice to

Shipper.

 

(d) Any third party may administer multiple Transportation

Agreements as the

agent for one or more Shippers, but the agent must make

nominations and

otherwise administer and account separately for each

Transportation Agreement.