Trans-Union Interstate Pipeline, L.P.

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/2009, Docket: RP09-690-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 116 First Revised Sheet No. 116

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 116

 

7.2 Transporter shall use service requester provided rankings when making reductions

during the scheduling and curtailment process when this does not conflict with tariff-

based rules. Pursuant to NAESB Standard 2.3.26 (Version 1.8), the time limitation for

disputes of allocations shall be 6 months from the date of the initial month-end

allocation with a 3-month rebuttal period. This standard shall not apply in the case of

deliberate omission or misrepresentation or mutual mistake of fact. Parties’ other

statutory or contractual rights shall not otherwise be diminished by this standard.

 

8. ALLOCATION OF DAILY QUANTITIES

 

Receipts and deliveries of Gas under more than one contract and/or Rate Schedule shall be

allocated in accordance with any agreement as may exist between Transporter and upstream

operator(s). Absent such agreement, Shipper(s) shall be deemed to have taken receipt or

delivery of Shipper’s scheduled quantities sequentially and in the same priority order as

Transportation is scheduled under section 7 of the GT&C. Any difference between the

allocated and scheduled Gas quantities at a location will result in the allocation of an

imbalance equal to that difference to the Shipper. Such imbalances will be the basis on

which any imbalance charges will be calculated.

 

9. OVERRUN QUANTITIES AND IMBALANCES

 

9.1 Imbalances

 

(a) Monthly Imbalances: Where Shipper has created a monthly imbalance on

Transporter’s pipeline that has not been eliminated through netting and

trading, Shipper shall pay Transporter a Monthly Imbalance Charge in the

following amounts:

 

(1) Normal Operating Conditions: For monthly imbalances accumulated

during normal operating conditions, Shipper’s Monthly Imbalance

Charge shall equal zero for monthly imbalances between zero and 5

percent, and $0.10 per MMBtu for imbalances in excess of 5 percent.

For purposes of this section, Shipper’s monthly imbalance shall equal

the difference between Shipper’s actual cumulative receipts during

normal operating conditions and Shipper’s actual cumulative deliveries

during normal operating conditions stated as a percent of actual

cumulative deliveries during normal operating conditions during the

Billing Month.

 

(2) OFO Operating Conditions: For monthly imbalances accumulated during

periods when an Operational Flow Order pursuant to section 14 is in effect, Shipper’s

Monthly Imbalance Charge on monthly imbalances shall be as set forth in the

applicable bracket: