East Tennessee Natural Gas Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/01/2000, Docket: RP00-245-000, Status: Effective

Fifth Revised Sheet No. 52 Fifth Revised Sheet No. 52 : Superseded

Superseding: Fourth Revised Sheet No. 52

 

Rate Schedule LMS-MA

Load Management (Market Area) Service

 

6. BALANCING OBLIGATION

 

Based upon the best information available, a Balancing Party shall take

action to correct any imbalances occurring during the month by making

adjustments in nominations or deliveries. If Balancing Party fails to

take such corrective action, then Transporter may, upon 48 hours notice,

adjust Balancing Party's scheduled deliveries over the remainder of the

calendar month in order to maintain a balance of deliveries and

nominations, provided Transporter determines that such action is

necessary to maintain the operational integrity of the system or to

enable Transporter to meet its firm obligation to its other shippers.

 

 

7. UNAUTHORIZED OVERRUN

 

7.1 On any day, Transporter may, based on a good faith belief that

such action is necessary and appropriate to protect system

integrity and ensure firm deliveries, upon 8 hours prior notice

via PASSKEY, invoke its right to assess Unauthorized Overrun

Charges in accordance herewith. Transporter shall provide fax or

telephone notification of its intent to invoke its right to assess

Unauthorized Overrun Charges, for all customers that have provided

Transporter with a 24 hour telephone or fax number. Transporter

shall have the right to assess an Unauthorized Overrun Charge of

fifteen dollars ($15) per DTH on quantities taken in excess of a

Balancing Party's Maximum Allowed Deliveries ("MAD") plus a 2%

allowable variation or 50 DTH, whichever is greater. A Balancing

Party's MAD shall be calculated as follows: