Natural Gas Pipeline Company Of America

Seventh Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/18/2008, Docket: RP08-319-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 353 Original Sheet No. 353 : Pending

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

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only permit deliveries at any individual point(s) equal to Natural's

obligations, Natural shall notify the affected Shippers under such

Agreements. Except to the extent of any authorized overrun,

interruptible or secondary point volumes reflected in confirmed

nomination(s), such Shippers shall be responsible for having the LDC

limit its receipts from Natural at an individual Delivery Point to:

(1) the sum of the individual MDQs under any DSS Agreements and

under any other firm Agreement containing the point as a primary

point for which Natural has confirmed nominations to the CDP; or (2)

such other amount as Natural may designate pursuant to an

Operational Flow order as provided in Section 23. Any excess takes

at that point by the LDC in those circumstances shall be subtracted

from the aggregated volumes at the CDP, deemed overrun volumes and

allocated consistent with Section 11 among firm Agreements which

have the point as a primary Delivery Point.

 

(c) Segmenting of a primary path within the Market

Delivery Zone could result in a physical forward haul which would be

in the opposite direction of the primary path under the original

Agreement. The use of out-of-path secondary Delivery Points in the

Market Delivery Zone may in certain circumstances result in requests

to schedule volumes in excess of Natural's system capacity. No

segmentation or use of out-of-path secondary points will be permitted

in the Market Delivery Zone to the extent such segmentation or use of

out-of-path secondary points could result in a physical forward haul

in the opposite direction from the primary path under the original

Agreement, the scheduling or movement of gas in excess of Natural's

system capacity or deliveries to CDPs in excess of the MDQ under the

original Agreement. Any Shipper may, however, request that Natural

allow segmentation and/or the use of out-of-path secondary points in

the Market Delivery Zone on a case-by-case basis, specifying the

specific circumstances involved. Natural will promptly notify Shipper

in writing as to whether such segmentation or use of out-of-path

secondary points can be accommodated based on the specified

circumstances without potentially having the type of adverse

operational impact described above on Natural, on Natural's system or

on other Shippers. If that determination is made, Natural will grant

waiver of this Section, limited to the specified circumstances. If

Natural determines that a waiver will not be granted, it shall provide

the Shipper with a written statement of the reasons for not granting

the waiver. Notwithstanding the foregoing, all deliveries actually

made to an LDC in the Market Delivery Zone may be aggregated at its

CDPs for accounting purposes.