Nora Transmission Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/02/1998, Docket: RP99- 78-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 119 Third Revised Sheet No. 119 : Superseded

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 119

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Continued)

 

13. SCHEDULING OF SERVICES

 

13.1 Nominations

 

If a Customer desires service under the Pipeline's

transportation rate schedules for any Nomination Period, as

defined in Section 1(p) of these General Terms and Conditions,

the Customer will submit a timely nomination to the Pipeline.

All parties should support a seven-days-a-week, twenty-four-

hours-a-day nominations process. It is recognized that the

success of seven days a week, twenty-four hours a day nominations

process is dependent on the availability of affected parties'

scheduling personnel on a similar basis. Party contacts need

not be at their ordinary work sites but should be available by

telephone or beeper. The sending party should adhere to

nomination, confirmation, and scheduling deadlines. It is the

party receiving the request who has the right to waive the

deadline. For submitting nominations the Customer must

adhere to the following:

 

a. All nominations should include Customer defined begin

dates and end dates. All nominations excluding intra-day

nominations should have roll-over options. Specifically,

the Customers should have the ability to nominate for

several days, months, or years, provided the nomination

begin and end dates are within the term of the Customer's

contract.

 

b. All nominations should be considered original nominations

and should be replaced to be changed. When a nomination

for a date range is received, each day within that range

is considered an original nomination. When a subsequent

nomination is received for one or more days within that

range, the previous nomination is superseded by the

subsequent nomination only to the extent of the days

specified. The days of the previous nomination outside

the range of the subsequent nomination are unaffected.

Nominations have a prospective effect only.

 

c. Overrun quantities should be requested as a separate

transaction and identified as such by using the

appropriate nomination transaction type.

 

d. A nomination is considered timely if submitted under either

the timely nomination cycle or the evening nomination

cycle. For the timely nomination cycle, the following

times apply: a nomination must leave the control of the