Mississippi River Transmission Corp.
Third Revised Volume No. 1
Contents / Previous / Next / Main Tariff Index
Effective Date: 05/01/1997, Docket: RP97- 73-002, Status: Effective
First Revised Sheet No. 114 First Revised Sheet No. 114 : Superseded
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 114
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
7. CONDITIONS OF RECEIPT AND DELIVERY (Continued)
(b) Constant Rates. MRT shall tender and Customer shall
receive gas transported hereunder at uniform hourly rates as and when
operationally feasible throughout each day and throughout each month.
7.12 Delivery Point Aggregation
MRT will treat all the operationally similar delivery points of
an integrated system as one delivery point. Such aggregated points
shall be set forth in MRT's Services Handbook, and shall be
designated with one delivery location code.
7.13 PDA - Deliveries
(a) The PDA methodology provided will be utilized by MRT for
the allocation of deliveries. The PDA methodologies which may be
agreed upon in accordance with GISB Standards include: ranked, pro
rata (weighted), percentage and swing. Entities affected by the
allocation of gas quantities shall be entitled to know the allocation
methodology utilized, except that MRT shall keep confidential the
names of the other entities involved unless otherwise agreed by the
affected parties. MRT shall provide daily operational allocations
within one (1) business day after the day of gas flow as set forth in
Section 10.1 of these General Terms and Conditions. MRT may use
scheduled quantities as the basis for such reports if such
information is the best information available.
(b) Two welded parties should agree on who submits a PDA
methodology and who allocates at the point before gas flows
(c) There is no need to submit PDAs if MRT has an OBA in
effect for a point.
(d) Only one PDA allocation methodology should be applied per
(e) The upstream or downstream party providing the point
confirmation should submit the PDA to the allocating party after or
during confirmation and before start of gas day.