National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 10/01/2001, Docket: RP00-399-004, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 398 Second Revised Sheet No. 398 : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 398

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

 

15. UNAUTHORIZED TENDERS AND RECEIPTS

 

15.1 Definition

 

Unauthorized tenders and receipts are amounts of gas delivered to

Transporter or taken by Shipper from Transporter:

 

(a) in the absence of a transportation service agreement and

submission of a nomination pursuant to Section 13 (in the case

of a Shipper), or an interconnection agreement (in the case of

an Operator), applicable to the receipt or delivery point in

question,

 

(b) following an interruption of service by Transporter pursuant

to Section 2.2 of the IT, ISS, IAS, P-1, W-1, IR-1, P-2 or

IR-2 Rate Schedules,

 

(c) in violation of an operational flow order issued by

Transporter to Shipper pursuant to Section 33 of these General

Terms and Conditions,

 

(d) following a curtailment or termination of service pursuant to

Section 5.4 of these General Terms and Conditions,

 

(e) following a discontinuance or curtailment of service pursuant

to Section 16 of these General Terms and Conditions,

 

(f) following a notification to Shipper or Operator requiring an

adjustment of receipts and deliveries pursuant to Section 14.6

hereof, or

 

(g) following a discontinuance, curtailment or termination of

service authorized by any other provision of this tariff or

agreement executed thereunder.

 

In addition, a Shipper's failure to return quantities of gas

advanced to it by Transporter pursuant to Section 2.11 of the EFT

Rate Schedule, Section 2.3 of the IAS Rate Schedule, or Section 2.3

of the IR-1 or IR-2 Rate Schedule when required by Transporter

shall constitute an unauthorized receipt of such quantities, and

receipts of gas that constitute unscheduled overruns of the

contract quantities under the service agreement(s) between Shipper

and Transporter during the effectiveness of an operational flow

order prohibiting such overruns shall constitute an unauthorized

receipt of such quantities.