Kinder Morgan Interstate Gas Transmission LLC

Second Revised Volume No. 1-D

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Effective Date: 12/28/1999, Docket: GT00- 19-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 10A Original Sheet No. 10A : Effective

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR SERVICES - continued

 

3.4 END-OF-GAS-DAY SCHEDULED QUANTITY DOCUMENT

 

At the end of each gas day, Transportation Service Providers should

provide the final scheduled quantities for the just completed gas

day. With respect to the implementation of this process via the

1.4.x scheduled quantity related standards, Transportation Service

Providers should send an end of gas day Scheduled Quantity Document.

Receivers of the end of gas day Scheduled Quantity Document can

waive the sender's sending of the end of gas day Scheduled Quantity

Document.

 

 

3.5 TRANSFER NOMINATIONS

 

Whenever gas is purchased at a Receipt Point (including a pooling

point) on Transporter's System by an entity that is not going to

nominate that gas for receipt by Transporter under a transportation

Agreement, that entity must submit a transfer nomination to

Transporter through DART (or EDI), identifying the quantities (in

Dth) and the entities from whom the gas is being bought and the

entities to whom the gas is being sold. Such transfer nominations are

needed in order to be able to confirm the nominated receipts at that

point and thus such transfer nominations are due by the deadlines

applicable to Shipper nominations, subject to Section 3. In addition

to the transfer nomination, the purchasing entity should submit a

predetermined allocation in accordance with Section 12 of these

General Terms and Conditions if there is more than one buyer of the

purchasing entity's gas.

 

 

3.6 NOMINATION PRIORITIES

 

As part of the nomination and transfer nomination process, if there

is more than one supply source nominated to be delivered to a single

Delivery Point or buyer, the nomination or transfer nomination should

identify how and which supply sources should be cut in the event all

nominated deliveries are not or cannot be made. Similarly, the

nomination or transfer nomination should identify which delivery

should be cut in the event gas is not or cannot be received as

nominated (i.e., ranking). Ranking should be included in the list of

data elements. Transportation service providers should use service

requester provided rankings when making reductions during the

scheduling process when this does not conflict with tariff-based

rules.