Centerpoint Energy Gas Transmission Company

Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 03/18/2010, Docket: RP10-383-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 371 First Revised Sheet No. 371

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 371





5.2 Receipt Nominations and Allocation Methodology (continued)


Transporter may thereafter require the submission of other

information as is reasonably necessary to complete the

processing of the nominations. Overrun quantities should be

requested on a separate transaction.


(c) Limitations: Receipt nominations shall equal the quantity

of Gas to be tendered for receipt by Transporter and shall

be no greater than the daily Gas production capability or

capacity at such Point of Receipt. Best efforts shall be

used to avoid tenders to Transporter which differ or deviate

from the corresponding receipt nomination or Intraday

Nomination. Shipper shall keep Transporter advised of any

material deviations in actual deliveries to Transporter from

the quantities scheduled for receipt by Transporter.

Nominations which are submitted without consistent

corresponding delivery nominations will not be accepted.

Gas received by Transporter at any given Point of Receipt

without a scheduled receipt nomination(s) or in a manner

inconsistent with a scheduled receipt nomination(s) (i.e.,

quantities deviate from scheduled nomination(s)) shall be

subject to the provisions of Section 5.8 below (and

Shippers, including Pool Managers, may be assessed

applicable charges) and may be suspended or, if accepted,

allocated as provided above. Pursuant to the provisions of

NAESB Standard 1.3.22, in the event there is a discrepancy

between the amount nominated by Shipper at a Receipt Point

and the amount the Operator will confirm, the lesser of the

two numbers will govern.