National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/1997, Docket: RP97-398-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 382 Original Sheet No. 382 : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

 

14. ALLOCATION AND IMBALANCES (Cont'd.)

 

14.3Allocation of Receipts

 

(a) Transporter will use the best information it has available

in order to allocate receipts of gas to Service

Agreements.

 

(b) Where (i) more than one Shipper, or (ii) a Shipper with

more than one Service Agreement, proposes to deliver gas

to Transporter at a receipt point, Transporter may require

Operator to instruct Transporter with regard to the

allocation of such Shippers' respective allocated shares

of receipts among Service Agreements. Such Operator shall

provide or cause its designee(s) to provide Transporter

with the instructions set forth in this section prior to

the initiation of service. Such information shall be

provided to Transporter by submitting a Pre-Determined

Allocation Methodology before the start of the gas day.

 

(c) The "types of allocation methodologies" is a list from

which two parties may agree. If the two parties cannot

agree upon an allocation methodology, pro rata based upon

confirmed nominations should be used as the default

method. The party responsible for custody transfer (the

party performing the measurement function) should provide

the allocation.