Pine Needle LNG Company, LLC

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Effective Date: 10/01/2004, Docket: RP04-576-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 57 Second Revised Sheet No. 57 : Effective

Superseding: Substitute First Revised Sheet No. 57

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

 

17. NOMINATIONS, CONFIRMATIONS AND ALLOCATION OF CAPACITY

 

17.1 Nominations

 

(a) Customer shall notify or cause Pine Needle to be notified of Customer's receipt

and delivery requirements under all firm and interruptible rate schedules in

advance of such requirements. Pine Needle, in its sole judgment, may waive any

nomination and ranking deadlines, on a non-discriminatory basis, if Pine Needle

determines that operating conditions permit. At a receipt or delivery point, the

lesser of rule (as identified in NAESB Standard 1.3.22, Version 1.5) applies when

confirming. With respect to Customer's desired levels of service under firm and

interruptible rate schedules, a nomination made through electronic data

interchange shall include all mandatory Commission-approved data elements; for a

nomination made through Pine Needle's EBB, Customer shall furnish Pine Needle the

following:

 

(i) the desired receipt and delivery points, the corresponding daily

quantities, and the schedule ranks;

 

(ii) names of entities who will deliver gas to Pine Needle and entities who

will receive gas from Pine Needle;

 

(iii) the begin and end dates upon which such deliveries are desired, provided

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

contract.

 

(iv) All nominations should be considered original nominations and should be

replaced to be changed. An original nomination shall apply to each cycle

within the gas day unless the nomination is revised. In that event, the

revised nomination shall apply to subsequent cycles within the gas day.

Intra-day nominations can be used to request increases or decreases in

total flow. 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the previous nomination is superseded by the subsequent nomination only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.