Pacific Gas Transmission Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/01/1994, Docket: RP94-149-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 117 Second Revised Sheet No. 117 : Superseded

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 117

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

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19. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS (Continued)

 

19.7 Nominations (Continued)

 

Requests to amend previously scheduled nominations may

be accepted during the gas day, subject to operational

conditions and, further, that corresponding upstream

and downstream adjustments in a manner satisfactory to

PGT can be confirmed. A request to increase a

nomination for firm transportation up to the MDQ

specified in the Service Agreement will be accommodated

to the extent operating conditions permit; provided,

however, an increased nomination will not be scheduled

to the extent it would affect another Shipper's flowing

quantities during the gas day that the increased

nomination is received. A request to increase a

nomination for interruptible transportation shall be

permitted only to the extent that capacity is available

and that no displacement of other interruptible

transportation occurs. Such changes will become

effective only when system operating conditions, as

determined by PGT, permit changes to occur.

 

Quantities nominated are for a daily rate, and will be

received and delivered at a uniform hourly rate of

confirmed quantity divided by twenty-four (24), unless,

as determined by PGT, variance from the hourly rate

will not be detrimental to the operation of the

pipeline or adversely affect other PGT Shippers.

Nominations, as amended by Shipper and received by PGT,

shall remain in effect during the month for which the

nomination is applicable, whether or not transportation

occurs, until a new or amended nomination is provided

by Shipper and received by PGT. PGT reserves the right

to reject any nominated quantity of less than twenty-

four (24) MMBtu/day. PGT's primary method of

nomination transmission shall be the EBB. If, and only

if, the EBB is inoperable, shall PGT accept nominations

via alternative means such as fax transmittal. PGT

requires that a Shipper designate, in writing, those

individuals who will be authorized to place nominations

for transportation on the system.

 

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