Viking Gas Transmission Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/01/2004, Docket: RP04-306-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 37 Third Revised Sheet No. 37 : Effective

Superseding: Substitute Second Revised Sheet No. 37

 

RATE SCHEDULE LMS

LOAD MANAGEMENT SERVICE

 

 

5. MONTHLY IMBALANCES (Continued)

 

(e) Operational Integrity

 

Nothing in this Section 5 shall limit Company's right to take action as may be

required to adjust receipts and deliveries of gas in order to alleviate conditions

which threaten the integrity of its system or the ability of Company to transport

quantities scheduled by any Shipper.

 

6. CONDITIONS AND LIMITATIONS APPLICABLE TO DAILY DEMAND SERVICE

 

(a) The availability of Daily Demand Service shall be subject to the following

conditions:

 

(i) the maintenance by Company at all times of a quantity of line pack

sufficient to ensure the delivery of all nominated firm quantities, such

quantity to be determined by Company after taking into account the

operational and other requirements existing from time to time on its

system; and

 

(ii) the execution by each Shipper receiving Daily Demand Service of a gas

supply contract that obligates the gas supplier to deliver at such

Shipper's Primary Receipt Point(s), on a firm basis and within the time

period and at the hourly rate specified in an Operational Flow Order, a

quantity of gas during any Gas Day at least equal to such Shipper's level

of Daily Demand Service; and

 

(iii) the designation by each Shipper receiving Daily Demand Service of an agent,

employee, department or group with the authority to (a) control the

nomination of quantities under each of the gas supply contracts entered

into by such Shipper described in Subsection 6(a)(ii) of this Rate

Schedule, and (b) implement Operational Flow Orders with respect to such

Shipper. Shipper's designee shall be available during all hours of the Gas

Day to control such nominations and implement Operational Flow Orders.

 

(iv) the full compliance by Shipper's designees and by all Shippers not

receiving Daily Demand Service with the terms of any Operational Flow

Orders; and

 

(v) the installation of any facilities necessary to electronically measure the

receipt and delivery of natural gas at such points as determined by Company

on its system.

 

(b) Each Shipper eligible for and electing to receive Daily Demand Service shall

notify Company of the DDQ requested by such Shipper in accordance with the

procedures established in Docket No. RS92-52. In no event shall a Shipper's DDQ

exceed the lesser of (i) 10,000 Dth, or (ii) 100 percent of the level of firm

sales or transportation service such Shipper received from Company as of

October 31, 1991 under Rate Schedules CR-2, CRL-2, SR-2 or T-9.