TransColorado Gas Transmission Company
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 12/01/2001, Docket: RP01-419-000, Status: Suspended
Second Revised Sheet No. 233A Second Revised Sheet No. 233A : Suspended
Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 233A
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
8. NOMINATIONS/SCHEDULING OF RECEIPTS AND DELIVERIES (Continued)
(d) Any third party may administer multiple transportation
agreements as the designated representative for one or more Shippers.
However, such representative shall separately administer and account for
each such Agreement.
8.7 Transfer Nominations. Whenever gas is purchased at a Receipt
Point (including a pooling point) on TransColorado's system by an entity
that is not going to nominate that gas for receipt by TransColorado under
a Transportation Agreement, that entity must submit a transfer nomination
to TransColorado through its Interactive Website (or EDI), identifying the
quantities (in Dth) and the entities from whom the gas is being bought and
the entities to whom the gas is being sold. Such transfer nominations are
needed in order to be able to confirm the nominated receipts at that point
and thus such transfer nominations are due by the deadlines applicable to
8.8 Nomination Priorities. As part of the nomination and transfer
nomination process, if there is more than one supply source nominated to
be delivered to a single delivery point or buyer, the nomination or
transfer nomination should identify how and which supply sources should be
cut in the event all nominated deliveries are not or cannot be made.
Similarly, the nomination or transfer nomination should identify which
delivery should be cut in the event gas is not or cannot be received as
nominated (i.e., ranking). Ranking should be included in the list of data
elements. Transportation service providers should use service requester
provided rankings when making reductions during the scheduling process
when this does not conflict with tariff-based rules.