Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation

Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 10/20/1993, Docket: RP94- 18-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 502 First Revised Sheet No. 502 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 502

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

order pursuant to this Section 4.3(I), a quantity equal to

10% of the imbalance must be scheduled as gas due to

Pipeline on a daily basis until the imbalance is made up or

until the operational flow order issued pursuant to this

Section 4.3(I) is canceled. Provided, however, that

scheduling of these required quantities shall not require

any Customer to schedule receipts in excess of his MDQ for

the affected service. Receipts under Rate Schedules CDS,

SCT, and TABS-1 must be increased within twenty-four (24)

hours to balance with increases in scheduled delivery

quantities including "no-notice" delivery quantities or the

scheduled delivery quantities will be reduced to match

actual receipts. For the duration of this operational flow

order, if actual delivered quantities for a day exceed 105%

of the scheduled delivery quantities for that day for any of

Pipeline's rate schedules, operational flow order penalties

will be imposed for all quantities in excess of 100% of the

scheduled delivery quantities pursuant to Section 4.3(A)(2)

of the General Terms and Conditions. An operational flow

order under this Section 4.3(I) shall not affect a

Customer's right to reduce delivery quantities or provide

receipts in excess of deliveries pursuant to Rate Schedules

CDS, SCT, and SS-1.

 

Scheduled receipts in excess of actual deliveries will be

handled in accordance with Section 8.1(E) of the General

Terms and Conditions. An operational flow order issued

pursuant to this Section 4.3(I) will be canceled by Pipeline

when total storage inventories have been increased to

greater than 30%.

 

(J) In the event that the Customers under Rate Schedules SS-1,

FSS-1, SS and X-28 are projected to have Storage Inventories

less than 95% of the aggregate Maximum Storage Quantity

(MSQ) under all such rate schedules by the following

November 15, Pipeline may issue during the period from

August 1 through November 15 of any year an operational flow

order pursuant to this Section 4.3(J) of the General Terms

and Conditions requiring each Customer to inject into

storage each day its Mandatory Injection Quantity. Such

Mandatory Injection Quantity for any Customer shall equal

the Customer's remaining open inventory divided by the

number of days remaining from the day following issuance of

the operational flow order through the following November 15

or the Customer's Maximum Daily Injection Quantity (MDIQ),

whichever is less. Customer shall be required to inject the

Mandatory Injection Quantity each day until the operational

flow order issued pursuant to this Section 4.3(J) is

canceled. Provided, however, that scheduling of these

required quantities shall not require any Customer to

schedule injections in excess of its MSQ for any affected

service. If the total injection requirement exceeds the

physical injection capability, each Customer will be

required to inject its pro rata allocation of the available