Carnegie Interstate Pipeline Company

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Effective Date: 08/01/1999, Docket: RP99-444-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 106 Second Revised Sheet No. 106 : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 106

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

15.5 (Continued)

 

(b) When CIPCO receives gas from more than

one Customer at a common Receipt Point or delivers

gas to more than one Customer at a common Delivery

Point, CIPCO shall apportion the total measured

receipt or delivery to each Customer pro rata

based on the confirmed nominations of each such

Customer; provided however, CIPCO shall rely upon

any predetermined allocation or instruction agreed

to between such Customers in apportioning the

total measured receipt or delivery. A new

allocation detail may be needed when a nomination

changes.

 

(c) Any Customer that nominates quantities

of gas less than 50 Dth/day, which such nomination

shall be deemed to be a nomination of 50 Dth/day

in accordance with Section 15.4(a), and accepts

delivery of quantities of gas less than 50

Dth/day, shall be deemed to have created an

imbalance to the extent of the difference between

the quantities of gas actually delivered and 50

Dth/day, which such imbalance shall be resolved in

accordance with Section 17.

 

(d) CIPCO shall report daily operational

allocations after the gas has flowed within one

business day after the end of gas day. If the

best available data for reporting daily

operational allocations is the scheduled quantity,

that quantity shall be used. The party

responsible for accepting allocations shall

calculate and report allocated quantities. The

party receiving nominations shall provide

allocation statements by both contract and

location.