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Effective Date: 05/14/2006, Docket: RP06-306-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 346 First Revised Sheet No. 346 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 346

 

RATE SCHEDULE MBA

 

MARKET BALANCING AGGREGATION

 

1. AVAILABILITY

 

This Open-access Rate Schedule is available to any party (hereinafter called the MBA Party),

which (1) with consent of the relevant Customer(s), desires to assume the primary

responsibility of resolving pursuant to this Rate Schedule MBA the daily and monthly delivery

imbalances of such Customer(s) at Point(s) of Delivery under the transportation and/or

storage service agreements between Texas Eastern Transmission, LP (hereinafter called

Pipeline) and such Customer(s), and (2) has requested market balancing aggregation pursuant

to Section 3 of Pipeline's General Terms and Conditions and after review and acceptance of

such request by Pipeline, has entered into a service agreement with Pipeline in the form

contained in Pipeline's FERC Gas Tariff of which this Rate Schedule MBA is a part.

 

In the event that the MBA Party desires to resolve delivery point imbalances for multiple

Customers under a single MBA Service Agreement, a separate Exhibit A for each such Customer

must be executed online via the LINK® System by the MBA Party, Pipeline and the applicable

Customer.

 

2. APPLICABILITY AND CHARACTER OF SERVICE

 

2.1 To the extent any imbalance occurs between actual deliveries and scheduled quantities

on a daily and monthly basis under a transportation and/or storage service agreement

between Pipeline and Customer(s) for which, as reflected in the executed Exhibit(s) A

to the Rate Schedule MBA Service Agreement and with the consent of such Customer, the

MBA Party has assumed the primary responsibility for such imbalance pursuant to this

Rate Schedule MBA, the Customer(s) under the applicable transportation and/or storage

service agreements shall have no cost responsibility, absent default of the MBA Party,

for such imbalances. Pipeline shall permit the MBA Party to resolve delivery

imbalances allocated to the MBA Party's MBA Service Agreement by MBA Zone. The MBA

Zones are as follows:

 

(A) STX MBA Zone:

 

Point(s) of Delivery upstream of the suction side of Huntsville, Texas, and

upstream of the suction side of Vidor, Texas;

 

(B) ETX MBA Zone:

 

Point(s) of Delivery downstream of the suction side of Huntsville, Texas, to the

suction side of Little Rock, Arkansas;

 

(C) WLA MBA Zone:

 

Point(s) of Delivery downstream of the suction side of Vidor, Texas, to the

suction side of Opelousas, Louisiana;