Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation

Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 11-009, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 273 Original Sheet No. 273 : Effective

 

RATE SCHEDULE MBA

 

MARKET BALANCING AGGREGATION

 

1. AVAILABILITY

 

This Open-access Rate Schedule is available to any party (hereinafter

called the MBA Party), which (1) with consent of the relevant Customers,

desires to assume the primary responsibility of resolving pursuant to this

Rate Schedule MBA the daily and monthly delivery imbalances of such

Customers at Point(s) of Delivery under the transportation and/or storage

service agreements between Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation

(hereinafter called Pipeline) and such Customers, and (2) has requested

market balancing aggregation pursuant to Section 3 of Pipeline's General

Terms and Conditions and after review and acceptance of such request by

Pipeline, has entered into a service agreement with Pipeline in the form

contained in Pipeline's FERC Gas Tariff of which this Rate Schedule MBA is

a part.

 

2. APPLICABILITY AND CHARACTER OF SERVICE

 

2.1 To the extent any imbalance occurs between actual deliveries and

scheduled quantities on a daily and monthly basis under a transportation

and/or storage service agreement between Pipeline and Customer for which,

as reflected in the executed Rate Schedule MBA Service Agreement and with

the consent of such Customer, the MBA Party has assumed the primary

responsibility for such imbalance pursuant to this Rate Schedule MBA, the

Customer under the applicable transportation and/or storage service

agreements shall have no cost responsibility, absent default of the MBA

Party, for such imbalances. Pipeline shall permit the MBA Party to resolve

delivery imbalances allocated to the MBA Party's MBA Service Agreement by

MBA Zone. The MBA Zones are as follows:

 

(A) STX MBA Zone:

 

Point(s) of Delivery upstream of the suction side of

Huntsville, Texas, and upstream of the suction side of

Vidor, Texas;

 

(B) ETX MBA Zone:

 

Point(s) of Delivery downstream of the suction side of

Huntsville, Texas, to the suction side of Little Rock,

Arkansas;

 

(C) WLA MBA Zone:

 

Point(s) of Delivery downstream of the suction side of

Vidor, Texas, to the suction side of Opelousas, Louisiana;