Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation

Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 01/11/1999, Docket: RP99- 52-003, Status: Effective

Fifth Revised Sheet No. 488 Fifth Revised Sheet No. 488 : Effective

Superseding: Fourth Revised Sheet No. 488

(3) In the event Customer does not submit a timely

nomination or desires to alter a timely nomination,

Customer shall have the right to submit an intra-day

nomination to revise Customer's scheduled quantities,

Point(s) of Receipt, and/or Points(s) of Delivery on a

prospective basis prior to the end of the delivery day;

provided, however, that such intra-day nomination will

be processed after timely nominations have been

scheduled. Such intra-day nomination shall, subject to

Section 17 and 4.1(J)(1) of the General Terms and

Conditions, be implemented by Pipeline to the extent

and only to the extent that Pipeline is able to confirm

the receipt and delivery of such gas at the Point(s) of

Receipt and Point(s) of Delivery and only if the

scheduling of such intra-day nomination will not

require the Systematic Rescheduling of Pipeline's

capacity among previously scheduled service agreements

in order to provide capacity for said intra-day

nomination. Such intra-day nomination shall specify

Customer's service requirements for one day only and

shall include the effective date and time. Intra-day

nominations do not replace the remainder of a standing

nomination. There is no need to re-nominate if an

intra-day nomination modifies an existing nomination.

The interconnected parties shall agree on the hourly

flows for the intra-day nomination.

 

(4) When a nomination for a date range is received, each

day within that range is considered an original

nomination. When a subsequent nomination is received

for one or more days within that range, the previous

nomination is superseded by the subsequent nomination

only to the extent of the days specified. The days of

the previous nomination outside the range of the

subsequent nomination are unaffected. Nominations have

a prospective effect only.