Enbridge Pipelines (Midla) Inc.
Fourth Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 10/01/2001, Docket: GT01- 30-000, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 129 Original Sheet No. 129 : Effective
however, that on a particular day Customer's deliveries and
receipts do not match, Customer shall be notified and
required to ensure that quantities are nominated, confirmed,
and scheduled in uniform quantities so as to bring
deliveries and receipts into conformity; provided, however,
Pipeline shall have the sole right, to be reasonably
exercised, to determine whether capacity is available to
bring receipts and deliveries into conformity.
(b) Customer shall be responsible each day to cause gas to be
delivered to Pipeline as scheduled at Pipeline's Point(s) of
Receipt and/or cause gas to be taken from Pipeline at
Pipeline's Point(s) of Delivery in accordance with scheduled
quantities. In the event that Customer fails to comply with
this Paragraph 5.6, Pipeline shall notify Customer and
provide a forty-eight (48) hour period in which Customer
shall be required prospectively to schedule the aggregate of
the difference between the scheduled and allocated
quantities at each point of interconnect. Customer shall be
subject to penalties pursuant to Paragraph 17.4 of
Pipeline's General Terms and Conditions if Customer does not
comply with this Paragraph 5.6(b) within forty-eight (48)
hours of receiving notice from Pipeline.
(c) Customer shall further deliver and receive all service
provided pursuant to such Rate Schedules which are a part of
Pipeline's FERC Gas Tariff in uniform rates of flow which
shall not exceed one-fifteenth (1/15th) of Customer's MDQ in
any one (1) hour period.
5.7 Gas shall be delivered at the pressures specified in the Service
Agreement between Pipeline and Customer; provided, however, that
Pipeline shall not deliver gas at a pressure lower than fifty (50)
pounds per square inch gauge, unless a lower pressure is agreed to
by Pipeline and Customer. Customer shall receive and take the gas
at such delivery pressure and thereafter regulate and control the
same as may be required for its own use.