Trunkline Gas Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/01/1997, Docket: RP97- 6-002, Status: Effective

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 169 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 169 : Effective

Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 169

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

 

3. NOMINATION AND SCHEDULING OF SERVICES (Continued)

 

(4) Interruptible service in sequence starting with the

highest rate.

 

Within each service category provided in (1) through (4)

above, Shipper or TABS-1 Party may provide a ranking of

individual Points of Receipt and Points of Delivery within

the Service Agreement in the event the entirety of the

nomination cannot be scheduled.

 

Shippers paying a Negotiated Rate which exceeds the Maximum

Rate will be considered to be paying the Maximum Rate for

purposes of this Section 3.2(A).

 

To accommodate the multiple categories of priority that may

occur under a Transportation Service Agreement and to

establish usage billing rates, Shipper shall establish a

point to point relationship through specified nominations.

These categories will be ranked first on the priority of the

Point of Receipt and then on the priority of the Point of

Delivery. Authorized Quantities in excess of MDQ shall be

scheduled as interruptible. Firm Transportation Service

Agreements with nominations from a TABS-1 service point will

be scheduled based upon the priority of the Points of Receipt

nominated by the TABS-1 Party and contained in the firm

Transportation Service Agreements.

 

(B) Within each sequence of the categories listed above

Transportation Quantities shall be scheduled, to the extent

practicable, to maintain the existing Quantities of service

to each Shipper. Once service is nominated and scheduled

during any Month under any Rate Schedule, such service shall

not be bumped for the purpose of scheduling other Quantities

with equal or lower priority during the month.

 

(C) In the event a tie for capacity exists among Shippers

currently flowing Gas, Shipper's Transportation Service

Agreement request date will determine the scheduling

priority. For Shippers with the same request date,

Quantities will be scheduled on a pro rata basis.

 

(D) If the actual Quantities of Gas received or delivered vary

from nominated Quantities on any particular Gas Day, such

daily scheduling variance shall be subject to daily

scheduling penalties pursuant to Section 5.1 herein.