Enbridge Pipelines (AlaTenn) L. L. C.

FOURTH REVISED VOLUME NO. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/2003, Docket: RP03-199-001, Status: Effective

Substitute First Revised Sheet No. 113 Substitute First Revised Sheet No. 113 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 113

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (continued)

 

Nomination, provided that the requested time period is

wholly within the term of the applicable service agreement

pursuant to which the nomination is submitted. An hourly

nomination shall terminate at the end of the day for which

it was submitted and the 9:00 a.m. CCT nomination in effect

prior to the submission of any hourly nomination for such

day shall continue in effect for the time period stated in

the nomination.

 

(e) Nomination Quantity: All nominations, including hourly

nominations, shall be stated in terms of a daily

transportation quantity. The daily transportation quantity

shall be prorated uniformly over periods of hours for

scheduling for service changes during the day and

Transporter shall have (i) no obligation to schedule any

nomination which exceeds the MDQ (or remaining MDQ for

hourly nominations) under the service agreement pursuant to

which service is being requested, and (ii) no obligation to

schedule any hourly nomination that is for less than the

quantity of gas that has actually flowed on such day prior

to the effective time of such hourly nomination. With

respect to hourly nominations, the last hourly nomination

received and scheduled by Transporter with respect to a day

shall be deemed to be the valid nomination for such day and

shall supersede any previous nomination for such day.

 

A Shipper (including a Replacement Shipper) under

Transporter's firm Rate Schedules may nominate segments

between a Primary Receipt and Delivery Point, or between any

two points on Transporter's system, provided that any

resulting overlap does not exceed Shipper's capacity

entitlement on any segment (or portion) of Transporter's

system. Provided, however, that a segmented transaction

consisting of a forwardhaul, up to Shipper's capacity

entitlement, and a backhaul, up to Shipper's capacity

entitlement, to the same point is permissible. The portion

of that segmented transaction that flows in the opposite

direction of the Shipper's primary path will be considered

out of the path for scheduling purposes.

 

(f) Nomination of Overrun Quantities: Shipper shall submit

nominations for overrun quantities (nominations pursuant to

service agreements with Transporter which are in excess of

the service agreements MDQ) as a separate nomination.

 

(g) Nomination Ranking: A Shipper that has more than one

Receipt Point or more than one Delivery Point, should

specify in its nomination the supply reduction rankings and

the delivery reduction rankings to be provided at the

Receipt or Delivery Point(s) in the event of a loss of

volume. If rankings are not utilized by Shipper, then

Transporter will endeavor to contact Shipper to determine

the specific impact of a loss of volume. If Shipper can not

be contacted or fails to provide the requested information

in a timely manner, then Transporter, shall make any

necessary reductions on a pro rata basis.

 

(h) Scheduling of Late Nominations: Any nomination, including

hourly nominations, received by Transporter after the

nomination deadlines provided in Sections 3.4(a), (b), and