East Tennessee Natural Gas Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/1999, Docket: RP99-428-000, Status: Effective

Fifth Revised Sheet No. 63 Fifth Revised Sheet No. 63 : Superseded

Superseding: Fourth Revised Sheet No. 63

 

 

Rate Schedule LMS-PA

Load Management (Pooling Area) Service

 

 

(b) The Index Price shall be the Region Price for the Market Area set forth

in Tennessee's tariff pursuant to its Rate Schedule LMS-MA.

 

The Balancing Party shall pay the applicable percentage of the index

price only on volumes within the corresponding imbalance range.

 

The amounts due hereunder shall be paid in accordance with Article 16 of

the General Terms and Conditions of Transporter's Tariff.

 

(c) Access to Information - GISB Standard 2.3.21 (Version 1.3) states: The

timing for reporting daily operational allocations after the gas has

flowed is within one business day after end of Gas Day. If the best

available data for reporting daily operational allocations is the

scheduled quantity, that quantity should be used for the daily

operational allocation. Therefore, upon request, Transporter will make

available within one business day following the production day the best

information it has concerning the total physical deliveries.

Transporter will also make available by electronic means the best

information it has concerning the scheduled and allocated receipts at

all receipt points by the end of the third business day after each

delivery day. This information will include electronic gas measurement

data at meters where such data is used for billing purposes (Electronic

Data). Transporter will designate the points where Electronic Data is

available. Balancing Parties will be entitled to rely on the Electronic

Data for purposes of correcting imbalances during the month. Balancing

Parties will not be entitled to rely on the data from other receipt

points for purposes of correcting imbalances during the month and will

be responsible for verifying the actual receipts at receipt points where

no Electronic Data is available. Imbalances will be cashed-out on the

basis of actual receipts and quantities scheduled; provided that the

penalty level associated with imbalances that are associated with

Receipt Points where Electronic Data is available will be based upon the

lesser of (1) the monthly imbalance reported by Transporter for the last

day of the month based upon the Electronic Data or (2) the monthly

imbalance based upon actual receipts at such locations; provided

however, if the monthly imbalance reported by Transporter as of the 20th

day of the calendar month based upon Electronic Data is subsequently

adjusted during the remainder of the month and (1) such adjustments

materially increase the level of the imbalance and (2) the Balancing

Party did not have adequate time to correct the imbalance by adjusting

nominations or receipts, then the penalty level associated with

imbalances at points where Electronic Data is available will be based

upon the lesser of (a) the imbalance reported as of the 20th day of the

calendar month plus the imbalance reported for each subsequent day in

the calendar month or (b) the monthly imbalance