Young Gas Storage Company, Ltd.

Original Volume No. 1

 Contents / Previous / Next / Main Tariff Index

 

 

Effective Date: 08/01/2010, Docket: RP10-921-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 89 Second Revised Sheet No. 89

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 89

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

9.22 Obligations of Releasing Shipper. Releasing Shipper shall continue

to be liable and responsible for all Storage Capacity and

reservation charge(s) (including reservation surcharge(s))

associated with the released capacity up to the maximum Storage

Capacity and reservation charge(s) specified in such Releasing

Shipper's Storage Service Agreement or Replacement Capacity

Agreement. Rereleases by a Replacement Shipper shall not relieve the

original or any subsequent Releasing Shipper of its obligations

under this Section.

 

9.23 Refunds. In the event that the FERC orders refunds of any rate(s)

charged by Transporter, Transporter shall flow-through refunds to

any Replacement Shipper to the extent such Shipper has paid a rate

in excess of Transporter's applicable maximum rate(s). For releases

that become effective on or after July 30, 2008, the rate paid by a

Replacement Shipper in any capacity release transaction with a term

of one Year or less which is not subject to the maximum rate

limitation will be deemed to be a final rate and is not subject to

refund.

 

10. IMBALANCE MANAGEMENT

 

10.1 Determinations of Deliveries. At each Point of Injection or

Withdrawal, allocated quantities shall be based upon a specified

allocation procedure. Transactions Nominated by Shipper and

scheduled and confirmed by Transporter pursuant to Section 6.5 shall

be the basis for application of such allocation procedure.

 

(a) At each Point of Injection and Withdrawal, Transporter shall

reach agreement with the Interconnecting Party as to the

Predetermined Allocation Agreement (PDA) to be used for the

next Gas Day.

 

(i) PDAs shall be established using the allocation

methodologies and criteria set forth in the NAESB

Standards.

 

(ii) PDAs for each Gas Day shall be agreed to prior to Gas

flow.

 

(iii) Transporter shall post via Electronic Transmission the

PDA methodology to be used at each Point of Injection

and Point of Withdrawal.