Rendezvous Pipeline Company, L.L.C.

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Effective Date: 08/01/2009, Docket: RP09-754-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 47 First Revised Sheet No. 47

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 47

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

18. ALLOCATION OF RECEIPTS AND DELIVERIES

 

18.1 NAESB WGQ Standards. The following NAESB WGQ Standards (Version

1.8, September 30, 2006) are hereby incorporated by reference:

2.1.1 through 2.1.5, 2.2.1 through 2.2.5, 2.3.2 through 2.3.23,

2.3.26 through 2.3.31, 2.3.54 through 2.3.64.

 

18.2 Allocation of Receipts. Unless prohibited by applicable law or

regulation, the quantities received by Transporter at any Receipt

Point will be allocated among Shippers and services as follows:

 

(a) In accordance with allocation procedures specifically agreed

to by Transporter and the Interconnect Operator(s) of the

Receipt Point(s), as set forth in an Operational Balancing

Agreement.

 

(b) In the absence of a methodology set forth in 18.2(a),

Shipper will cause the Interconnect Operator at the Receipt

Point to notify Transporter of the pre-determined allocation

("PDA") methodology to be utilized in determining actual

receipts among all Shippers scheduled to receive service at

the Receipt Point. Such notification must be submitted by

facsimile transmission, Internet email or other means of

electronic communication mutually agreed between Transporter

and Interconnect Operator. Such PDA will be effective for

the term specified in the PDA agreement, provided that the

term may not cover a period of less than one Day. The

chosen methodology must allocate receipts, to the maximum

extent possible, based upon confirmed nominations.

 

(c) In the absence of methodology set forth in 18.2 (a) or (b)

above, Transporter will rely on its default methodology of

allocating quantities to all Shippers. Pro rata based on

confirmed nominations will be used as the default method.

 

18.3 Allocation of Deliveries. Unless prohibited by applicable law or

regulation, the quantities delivered by Transporter at any

Delivery Point will be allocated among Shippers and services as

follows:

 

(a) In accordance with any allocation procedures specifically

agreed to by Transporter and the Interconnect Operator(s) of

Delivery Point(s), as set forth in an Operational Balancing

Agreement.

 

(b) In the absence of a methodology set forth in 18.3(a) above,

Shipper will cause the Interconnect Operator at the Delivery

Point to notify Transporter of the pre-determined allocation

("PDA") methodology to be utilized in determining actual

deliveries among all Shippers and services scheduling

service at such Delivery Point. Such notification must be

submitted by facsimile transmission, Internet email or other

means of electronic communication mutually agreed between

Transporter and Interconnect Operator. Such PDA will be

effective for the term specified in the PDA agreement

provided that such term may not cover a period of less than

one Day. The chosen methodology must allocate deliveries,

to the maximum extent possible, based upon confirmed

nominations.